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passed SCBCD today...  RSS feed

 
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I passed, I passed !! Just want to thank enthuware and all others. The exam was tough given that I honestly believed I answered every question correct but failed to get 100% Some questions though where a bit unclear but I am not allowed to elaborate more than that. Next challenge = SCWCD

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Yucca
 
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Congratssssssssssss............
 
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Congrats!!!


In the real exam, did you get similar kind of questions from enthuware??
 
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Congrats
 
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Hi Yucca,

congrats -

may be you can elaborate more on your Preparation and the time it took to prepare e.t.c

Thanks.
 
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Siphiwe Madi wrote:Hi Yucca,

congrats -

may be you can elaborate more on your Preparation and the time it took to prepare e.t.c

Thanks.



Sure My preparation was by no means conventional but a breakdown would be roughly 2 months of reading 2 fantastic books combined with enthuware test and more importantly having a good knowledge on distributed system thanks to how I seperated tiers in SCJD. EJB 3.0(oreilly) REALLY is a good read on it's own and is all one needs when combined with the EJB specs. Netbeans is a fantastic IDE that also helps one understand how the components are related to one another. I was also fortunate enough to have EJB 3 In Action in my possession.

Best of luck to you and regards
Yucca
 
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Congrats, champion!
 
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Congrats!

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Congrats!
 
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Congrats
 
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Hi Yucca !

Its great to hear that you have passed the exam,while preparing did you went through the
scbcd dumps as well.One help buddy if you have the latest scbcd5.0 can you please
send that to my mail.My email is:rupak.kar@gmail.com

Thanks and Regards.
Rupak Kar.
 
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Congrats champion.... let met tell you that SCWCD will be little easy than SCBCD.

Thanks for posting your trial
 
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