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Cleared SCWCD 5 !!!

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Hi everybody!

Today I cleared the SCWCD 5 exam. My score was 84%.
It was not easy, but at the same time not so difficult.
I prepared during 4 weeks and read the book 'Head First - 2dn Edition'. In my opinion this book is 95% enough for preparation. It's a great book and offers a clear understanding of the subjects. Congratulations to the authors!
Well, the main focus of the exam is: taglibs, JSTL and EL. You must know them very well! These were responsible for the most complex questions. Besides, the exam asks a lot about: session control, listeners, declarative security, design patterns, context attributes, JSP directives, error handling, JSP actions and WAR packing.
I had only a single question using 'drag and drop'.

Once more, I appreciate the collaboration of all ranchers in this forum.

Best luck for the next candidates!


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Way 2 Go! Congrat!
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