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You donot need any practical working experience, to the best of my knowledge. Please follow this thread to learn about the resources and all that stuff - http://www.coderanch.com/t/146704/po/certification/Fresher-help You need to practice little examples during your learning curve. Just try to hang around in the forum with all your questions and you will find lots of friends available here to help you out.
Originally posted by vanaja rao: I don't have any practice experience in XML. For passing the exam, do I need to have a practice experience ?
Your preparation process should involve as many practice as possible. When the process ends, you will not only attain a valuable certification, but also a lot of more valuable practice experiences. The paper certification is valuable, but the preparation process is priceless. Enjoy the process to reach your goal!
hi Roseanne, i Agree with you. W/o practical experience/practice it is very difficult to solve the problems. Rao, i would suggest you to do the practice while studying else it takes a lot of time to find a simple thing.
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Joined: Mar 25, 2002
I agree with you guys 100%. When i said -
You donot need any practical working experience, to the best of my knowledge.
i meant to say to "start with". But definitely we have to practice the things rigorously and that is the only way we can understand the concepts thoroughly.
Joined: Sep 28, 2002
Thanks for your suggestions. Now I got an idea How to prepare for the XML certification