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Looking for learning group for preparation for OCEEJBD certificate  RSS feed

 
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Hi all!
I looking for the learning group, where i can meet people via skype or teamviewer like once or twice the week, i have build a test Pc(8GB Ram, Xeon 4core CPU) where we can test our ideas without any problem, write code in XP style discuss hypes etc...
My goal to prep myself by reading the book Enterprise Java Beans 3.1 for about one month, then month later do the enthuware tests, write pet project, and then after two month go to test center and take the certification ;)

So who is up to the challenge, as freelance i have some sort flexibility ( Region Europe) , if you interested write me a PM and i will respond asap.
For archive reason, this offer is limited till november 2017.
 
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Today i tried to pass the certificate but i didn't succeed , well then it will be planed for the February.
 
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I am sorry to hear that, what were the topics you failed on? 

What were your scores on the Enthuware mocks?
 
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Frits Walraven wrote:I am sorry to hear that, what were the topics you failed on? 

What were your scores on the Enthuware mocks?


Hi i scored with 41 % out of 73%
Here the topics where i failed.

Associate multiple business interceptor methods with an
enterprise bean
Choose the correct session bean type given a business
constraint
Configure JNDI environment properties
Create a singleton session bean
Create a synchronous message consumer
Create an interceptor class
Create session beans Package and deploy session beans
Describe the life cycle of a singleton session bean
Describe the properties and life cycle of message-driven
beans
Describe the roles of the participants in the JMS API
messaging system
Evaluate the EJB Lite Container
Examine session beans
Have fine-grained control over packaging and deployment
Implement CMT
Implement session bean life cycle methods
Process a timer notification callback Manage timer objects
Review JMS technology
Understand the Java EE security architecture
Understand the relationship between the EJB container
and an EJB component
Understand the short-comings of using session beans as
messaging consumers
Use a session bean to perform asynchronous
communication
Use declarative authorization
I read a lot of books , my plan is to take following Begining EJB3 Java EE7 book, Enthuware i taked not so serious, maybe i should do it better next time.
My plan to read following book Begining EJB3 Java EE7, aside all of this activity i have my  freelance projects, so probably i would take even more for final prep.
My impression of the oracle test, its gravitates more to xml deployment stuf.
 
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