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Pass JEA5 MC exam today

 
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Hello ranchers

Glad to have passed the JEA5 part 1 MC exam today with 89%. Thought higher at first when I hit submit.

Anyway resources I used:
Sheil's JEA study guide
The GOF design patterns and core J2EE patterns books
Material I used for WCD5, BCD5 and WSD5

Given I had achieved the Java EE 5 developer certs before, the web, business, and EIS tier topics were really a review. During my 1.5 month prep, I really studied patterns in depth, making some notes along the way which I can share later.

All in all there were no trick questions, reading them carefully and a bit of common sense (logical thinking)/ experience exposure will get you the answer.

Things to take note at least for me anyway:
JMS = more in depth than knowing queue is point-to-point and topic is publish/subscribe
know some examples of symmetric and asymmetric encryption algorithms
Java connection architecture
RMI security manager



Now on to UML (with tool familiarization) and part2/3

 
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Congratulations on your certification!
 
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Congratulations !

Your list of certifications is impressive 8-)
 
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Congratulations!!
 
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