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passed with 83%

 
michael wang
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passed with 83%
,it's not a good score,however it's a good begining, and i learn a lot from it.
thanks all,special thanks to Rob and Maha
also i have a question,what should i do next?
any suggestions will be appreciated.
thanks
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Valentin Crettaz
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Good job Michael
what should i do next?
It depends on what you are interested in...
Web components? Developer cert? XML? J2EE?
I'm moving this to the Results forum
 
michael wang
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i am very interested in J2EE and XML,
so what should I do?
pls give me a advice
thanks
 
Nazmul Huda Sarkar
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Hi michael wang
Congrates......
Do SCWCD next if u want to learn J2EE....and a little XML....I'm also preparing for that....
 
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congratulations michael
 
Valentin Crettaz
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Nazmul,
Do SCWCD next if u want to learn J2EE
:roll: J2EE is much more complex than just JSP and servlets, that's why there is another three-parts certification explicitely for J2EE called "Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for J2EE". More info...
Sun Certified Web Component Developer for J2EE (SCWCD) focuses on Servlets and JSP only and the organization of the exam is much like SCJP2 (59 questions, multiple choice,...) More Info...
 
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Congratulations Michael.
If you want to get some hands-on experience developing a mid-sized java appllication, I would recommend you do the SCJD. If you want to design enterprise systems, then go for the SCEA. That's more of a higher-level test, while the SCJD is more about actually writing java code.
Good luck!
 
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Congratulations michael !
 
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