Dear Ranchers, We've just released the SCBCD certification primer. I am sure you'll find it valuable for the SCBCD exam. We've been contributing such articles on reputed sites like IBM, TheServerSide but this time decided to do it for ourselves, as part of our value added offerings. Check it out at http://www.whizlabs.com/articles/scbcd-article.html We look forward to your valuable inputs on it. Good luck for your exam! Pradeep
Thanks for your appreciation! Please do give your inputs on the article; we can always come up with the new version to incorporate your suggestions. Looking at the recent post, I got the idea of addressing a question like "SCEA or SCBCD" in the article. What do you say? If you have similar ideas which can make the article more meaningful then please shoot it here or to the author. Exam Simulator is getting ready to be launched soon. It will have lot of value added features besides mock exams! Best wishes, Pradeep
Thanks Rick. Yes, its not written by me but by Seema, my associate at Whizlabs. Seema has been the co-author for couple of our Java cert exam simulators (inlcuding the upcoming SCBCD one) and trainer for Insutructor-led, Online traings for SCJP 1.4 and SCWCD. Do give your inputs on the article; as I wrote earlier feel free to write to Seema directly. Good luck, Pradeep
I found the article very informative. I can always tell when the author is from India because they use the word "would" a lot. Most Americans would write "Passing the exam would demonstrate" as "Passing the exam demonstrates". "The exam would be within the scope" would be written as "the exam is within the scope". I understood what she meant, though. I would change "Drag and Drop(D & D)" to "Drag and Drop (D & D)" (add a space before the left paren. Also, I would change "if you need to make any modification" to "if you need to make any modifications" (but either is correct). Thanks for the article!