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Gian Franco
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Hello Marcus,

Have you noticed any particular topic that is
the least understood or most difficult to grasp
by the exam candidates?

Kind regards,

Gian


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Christophe Verré
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From what I've read from ranchers who passed, at least EL seems to be a tricky one.


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Joe Harry
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What about design patterns??


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Marcus Green
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I suspect that using maps, lists and beans with EL expressions is one that many people do not quite understand. In fact it's not that complex and can be learnt quite quickly. Hmmmm some kind of cheat sheet would be useful.

It is easy to get the details of the JSTL tags wrong.

I agree that design patterns can be a tricky one. Most people get MVC easily enough but the other can be a little tricky.


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