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Hi ranchers,

Just passed exam with 86%. Here is my by section break down:

The Servlet Technology Model..........................................83%
The Structure and Deployment of Web Application..............75%
The Web Container Model.................................................71%
Session Management......................................................100%
Web Application Security.................................................100%
The JavaServer Pages(JPS) Technology Model....................85%
Building JSP Pages Using the Expression Language(EL)........80%
Building JSP Pages Using Standard Actions.......................100%
Building JSP Pages Using Tag Libraries...............................87%
Building a Custom Tag Library...........................................80%
J2EE Patterns.................................................................100% (D'oh! No beer from Mark Peabody)

Here is my road map to success:

1. HFSJ - read twice
2. Enthuware - JWebPlus5(did 7 tests with 72% average)
3. Revision notes by Frederic Esnault
4. Design patterns notes by Mark Peabody

I want to thank Bryan Basham, Kathy Sierra & Bert Bates for their brain-friendly study guide,
creators of JWebPlus5, Frederic Esnault and Mark Peabody for revision notes, and all ranchers
for your support.


 
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Congratulations Igor Baiborodine !!
 
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Congrats and keep up the good work
 
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Congrats

Nice heading
 
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Congratulations!


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Congrats !!

 
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<exam:SCWCD5 score="86" status="pass" javaranch='Congratulations!'/>
 
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Congratulations
 
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Congratulations, happy to have been helpful
OMG feel sooo obsolete now, with my oooold certifications
 
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congrats!!
 
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