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How is BEA Certified Developer: WebLogic Server 9 ?

 
Sundar Ram
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Hi,

I was checking out BEA certification page and came across this certification:

How is BEA Certified Developer: WebLogic Server 9?

How is BEA 8.1 Certified Architect ?

Any previous experiences?

_Sundar
 
Daniel Amadei
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Hi!

The BEA Cert Developer is a cert which covers basic concepts about JEE development (JMS, EJB, JNDI, etc) plus some WebLogic server topics.

The Architecture Cert is very harder and covers some concepts on networking and weblogic admin, and obviously JEE/BEA architecture concepts.

Im preparing for both. You can get more info and the mock exams at certification.bea.com

Daniel
 
Freddy Wong
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Is it necessary to go for BEA course to take this exam? Is there any study guide that covers BEA Certified Developer? Thanks.
 
Daniel Amadei
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No. But unfortunately the preparation docs are the BEA courses.

I'm studying using some material found in e-docs.bea.com

If you want to prepare for this test, we can join forces. Mail me at daniel.amadei[at]gmail.com

Daniel
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Pavan Joshi
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I am also looking for BEA Certified Portal Developer 9.
If anybody finds any suitable material kindly forward it to me. Thanks in Advance.

Any help in this regards will be appriciated highly.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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