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100% 1Z0-897 Enterprise Edition 6 Web Services Developer Certified Expert Exam

 
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Hello Friends,

Today I clarified Enterprise Edition 6 Web Services Developer Certified Expert Exam with 100%. This is what I strictly followed :

1. Read and did every single code given in Oreilly Java Web Services Up and Running - Martin Kalin. I followed this book every page and every code and wrote every single code in eclipse by hand. No copy paste :-).
2. Lots of online quizzes and questions using Google search.
3. IVAN A KRIZSAN Study notes - MUST MUST MUST study. An excellent, perfect and superb reference material. Over my career I have read so many technical books but these study notes is GENIUS piece of ART. It is such nicely written that if follow these notes by every line you will learn much much more. Thanks Ivan for contributing your excellent efforts for Java community. I am very much thankful to you. Did you get a chance to write any study material for Java EE 6 Enterprise Architect Certified Master Exam? Please share the link if you have (even your draft version will work for me )..

Last not least again back to online quizzes and question using Google search to gear up for last minute. Last piece of advice (Don't get confused with many resource available online .. you may stick to limited books but read them thoroughly .. Practice writing Code code and more code is what it requires. )

Hope it will help others who are preparing for this exam. Please let me know if you have any questions or anything you want to add on :-)


Regards,
Varun
 
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Congrats,Varun!
 
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Congrats Varun.
Thanks so much for sharing your experience.
I have a question.
In Java Web Service Up and Running, it talks about Restlet Framework. Is it required for the exam?
If it is not required, should I skip it ?

How about the topic about JAX-RS Wadling through Jersey in this book? I heard WADLing is not required. Should I skip it?
 
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Congrats Varun K. Gupta,

You cleared with an awesome score!!!
 
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Congrats Varun you have hit the secured a perfect ton..!!
Kudos to you..!!


 
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Congrats, Varun! Your post can help me much
 
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Congratulations !
 
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