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Chumak Eduard

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Recent posts by Chumak Eduard

Fantastic score! Congratulations!
10 years ago
...thanks to all for congrats...

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SCJP-91%, SCWCD-94%, SCBCD-100%
10 years ago
Hi!

Nothing special. I have been using EJB from v.1 till v.2 for the last 5 years. but I didn't have any experience with EJB3. I read core specification + jpa specification downloaded from SUN site. It took me about 2 months. Then I passed all mock exams from enthuware ejbplus.... + several other mocks downloaded from internet (~ 1 month more). There is need to know that ejbplus has enough resource of complexity. this mean that if you have averange score in enthuware about 75 - 80% then you will get + 10-15% in real exam, because real exam is easier than enthuware...

10 years ago
cool!
congratulations!
10 years ago
Hi Ranchers!

I've passed SCBCD today with 100% score. EJB3 specification + enthuware work together very well. I also passed SCJP and SCWCD before and I'd like to notice that SCBCD is the easiest one...
but I spent 3 months to get prepared though...

10 years ago
congratulations!!!
10 years ago
Congratulations!
10 years ago
Hi All!

I passed SCJP with 91% score about ten months ago and now I've passed SCWCD with 94% result!

I used Enthuware's software to get prepared for both exams and read following books:

"SCJP Sun Certified Programmer for Java 5 Study Guide" by PAUL Sanghera

and

"SCWCD Exam Study Kit (2nd edition)" by MATTHEW SCARPINO, HANUMANT DESHMUKH, JIGNESH MALAVIA

for SCJP and SCWCD correspondingly. Enthuware's simulators are really good way to improve your skills and get prepared quickly...

What's next? SCBCD I guess... but I need to relax a bit before...

Thanks to all ranchers for unquenchable enthusiasm!

/Eduard.
10 years ago
Congratulations!!!
10 years ago