This week's giveaway is in the EJB and other Java EE Technologies forum. We're giving away four copies of EJB 3 in Action and have Debu Panda, Reza Rahman, Ryan Cuprak, and Michael Remijan on-line! See this thread for details.
First of all thanks a lot for such a wonderful book HFJS(Both editions) Kudos to the book authors!!!
Today I cleared the exam scoring 81%
As I am a silent reader of this forum here is my little story :
1. Read both HFJS books once(try to implement all small excercises) 2. Enthuware mock exams are of great worth(but one complain i.e. it claims all questions in 8 mock exams are unique but there are some repitions, few only though) but exams are really very helpful. 3. Spent at least 10 minutes daily to read this forum to keep in touch and learn a lot from all rancher's wonderful experience 4. As i am doing a full time SW Engg job hence had a shortage of time so could not go through specs fully but try to catch maximum from these 5. For clearing and getting good score one must read specs(specially jsp spec chapter 6 jsp documents) here was my results from enthuware and HFJS mocks 71,65,73,83,75,83, 83,68 and 63(from both HFJS books)
these exams are realy a bit tough than real one, specially HFJS mocks(choose all that apply is a pain but at the end it's fruitful)
One more thing donot miss dynamic attributes and singlethreadmodel interface its worth to do it paractically. Exam is really performance based as lot of questions i answered from my work experience as i am using jsp technology in some of projects.
congrats .dear friend........ I am also eager to take scwcd.please share some of your experience in getting scwcd.........
Joined: Dec 09, 2008
any [ illegal material ] for SCWCD?
How dare you to ask about getting [ illegal material ]?.Is it a right way to pass the exam?...Try to work hard....
Its not the detation of [ illegal material ]..its to check your expertize in technology,not to test your mug up capacity