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SCJA passed, thanks Cameron!

Brandt Charles
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Joined: Apr 17, 2006
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Took it last Friday and passed! I'm a bit disappointed with my final score, but I aced the Client & Server section.

I would like to thank Cameron McKenzie for writing the wonderful Study Guide and Mock Questions. They were very helpful in hammering home the concept of programming to an interface as well as some other topics I wasn't clear on after taking Java classes. Without them I am not sure I would have passed.

Only one thing I would comment upon after reading the two books:

Starbucks > Tim Hortons (Seriously, who puts Honey Mustard on a turkey club?)
[ November 12, 2007: Message edited by: Brandt Charles ]

Green, green, green!
marc weber

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Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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But any unkind words about Tim Horton coffee, or their fantastic array of sandwiches and breakfast items are not taken lightly. One day soon, you yankees will begin to appreciate the egalitarian nature of the Tim Hortons experience. And you can always switch the honey mustard for mayo if you so desire.

Kindest regards!

-Cameron McKenzie
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