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SCDJWS, I'm coming!

 
Ray Chow
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I'll take the test tomorrow afternoon, god blesses me...
I think I've well prepare for the test and I realy learn a lot about web services. Anyway, I satisfy with what I learned in the last 3 months.
I'm feeling a little nervous for the coming test of course...
I'll try my best!!!
 
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Good luck with the exam!

don'T forget to share your experience here after your exam!
 
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"thefinger Ray" all the best for your exam.
And please check your private messages for an important administrative matter. You can see them by clicking the My Private Messages link above.
 
Ray Chow
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Thanks God, I passed the SCDJWS with 92%!!
Something share with all of you guy:
* <Web Service Blueprints> and <J2EE Web Services(RMH)> are really good books for your studying Java Web Services (no just for the certification). From general to details, they cover all the java web services related information.
* For my preparing the test, MZ's guide and quiz help me a lot. THANKS MZ! With MZ's guide and quiz, you can focus on the most important part in the test.
* Additionally, read the related specification like XML,SOAP,WS-I,WSDL as reference. Expecially, when you even have no idea about XML, XML specification helps you alot.
* Take it easy, the test's questions are quit straightforward. The most difficult part to me is the Endpoint Design and Architecture, which is base on case study.

Really happy about that! Now I'm ready preparing for the next challenge.
But what's the next? I have no idea yet...
 
Mikalai Zaikin
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Originally posted by Ray Chow:
Thanks God, I passed the SCDJWS with 92%!!
Something share with all of you guy:

* For my preparing the test, MZ's guide and quiz help me a lot. THANKS MZ! With MZ's guide and quiz, you can focus on the most important part in the test.


Hey !!!

Congratulations, it's a great score !

Glad to know my WSD Quiz & WSD Guide helped.

good luck,
MZ
 
Amit Ghorpade
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Really great score Ray
Congrats
 
arvin ramon
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Congrats!!! MZ materials really do make difference in the SCDJWS exam... Thanks MZ!!!

 
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Is SCWSD study guide still unavailable in the market up to now? Who are the real authors - Kukkamala/Josephraj or Habibi/Camerlengo? I got the bookstore manager confused... Can I still use 1.4 reviewer/mock exams for 1.5? I heard that web service is one of the toughest in Sun certifications, and I'm just starting, good luck to me! I never had the opportunity to use this technology at my work, but I have to learn it for my future

Anyways, i'll try to get the reference that Ray Chow has mentioned. Thanks and great score dude!

SCJP5/SCWCD5
 
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