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OCJWCD with 64%

 
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I Passed my OCJWCD with the very very neeeded 64 per cent!!!

It was a really hard work for me because I had had studied any time the last summer, but for any problems finally I was fail.

This summer later a large 2014 between my work and my Studies (Electronical Engeniering) I decieded back to my OCJWCD Book (OCEJWCD Study Companion: Certified Expert Java EE 6 Web Component Developer (Oracle Exam 1Z0-899) by Charles Lyon) , because I only must work and I was more free time , to give my exam at January 31th.

Although I passeed my exam at limit of law, there is a very good razon, simple, I work with SWING, and nothing about WEB. That is because I work for a Argentinian Bank.

But I learned a lot of things, and I can understand many things that I made without have a great skill about web component development, like
-Learn all about Servlet, Request, Response, listeners,Scopes, and their handle
-JSP
-Scriptless
-Asincrounous Request (AJAX)
-JSTL
-Declarative Security
-Web development with Annotations

So my skills in these and other points change, and I can feel more secure for a future work oportunities.


Now I want to prepare for Enterprise Java Beans Developer , for this reazon, I buyed a eBook in Amazon Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0 (5th Edition) May 26, 2006 by Richard Monson-Haefel and Bill Burke
I hope give this jump for 2016 because this year I Hope complete my programme. But I can know if this book is a correct way to start to read while, because in my work We use EJB 1.2 (Remember is a Bank , and only want any plataform secure, and tested full, and selled by IBM, XD)
I worked a time with EJB 3 .0 with annotations, and I feel confortable with others thinks like SQL, JMS, JDBC. so althougth I actually dont work whith this technologies, I hope understand and pass this new exam.


That is all for now
Also Thanks for Charles Lyon their book was and will be an excelent guide in a Web Development, and E Practice Labs team, ( althougth any many questions are wrong in thiers practice)
Regards for all from Argentina!
Juan/Jhon
 
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