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Need Experts for Ajax Cert Survey Please (Jan 8-13)

 
Evelyn Cartagena-Meyer
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20 minute Survey for the "Sun Certified Ajax Developer" Certification Exam

If you are a developer, this is your opportunity to get involved in the creation of a Sun certification exam! Your participation in this survey will help us create an exam that truly measures a Developer's knowledge, skills and abilities in performing the job role.

This survey will permit us to collect information about how each testing objective should be weighted in terms of importance of subject matter, level of difficulty, and frequency of use.

Instructions:

1. Please go to: http://certification.sun.com/sesCert/ to fill out the survey.

Click take an exam survey

2. SELECT the Exam to survey:

- Sun(TM) Certified Ajax Developer (CX-310-700)

3. Go to: New Users; and create a new user account and submit.

Please read the survey instructions carefully, for reference you may want to PRINT it.

Please fill out this survey by Tuesday, January 13 midnight MST, as it will close and you will not be able to re-enter the tool.

Thank you in advance for contributing to Sun Certification.

Evelyn Cartagena-Meyer
Java Certification Program Manager
Sun Learning Services
 
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When would this certification would be available? Is there any other certifications that would be created by sun?
 
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Hm, your post is a bit late. Thanks anyway.
 
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Did the survey... Good idea from Sun to come out with an ajax certification.
Though, wonder why dojo is part of it?

Any plans for a JSF certification in the future?
 
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The rumor is that JSF will be included on the next version of SCWCD.
 
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Kengkaj Sathianpantarit wrote:Hm, your post is a bit late. Thanks anyway.

Late? What day is it in your world?
 
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Can we delete a post in this forum?
 
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Completed the survey.
 
Duran Harris
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Is this thread a joke??
That would be so cool!!..A Sun AJAX exam!An excuse to learn AJAX!
 
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i smell a new beta exam coming!
 
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No...I'm serious!!

What are the results of the survey??
 
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Maybe, Sun decided to go no further from the survey result.

I don't like this certification, it focuses too much on Dojo toolkit.
 
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Kengkaj Sathianpantarit wrote:Maybe, Sun decided to go no further from the survey result.

I don't like this certification, it focuses too much on Dojo toolkit.


I see 2 reasons for Sun to proceed with new certification:
1) The fact is that Dojo is supported by big IT companies (like IBM, etc)
2) There is no Ajax related certification on the market.
 
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Mikalai Zaikin wrote:
1) The fact is that Dojo is supported by big IT companies (like IBM, etc)
2) There is no Ajax related certification on the market.

Is it true that Dojo is supported by big IT companies? I'm not aware that.
Dojo is a nice JavaScript framework, but IMO, its documentation is really bad.
I've seen comments in some codes that say about API usage that this is not updated, oh my, if you have enough time to write something like that, just copy-and-paste code snippet, that is more than enough for developers.

If big IT companies support Dojo, I want they to improve the documentation first.

I like the idea of Ajax certification, I want to have one, but I prefer it to have objectives about JavaScript in general, and should cover JavaScript Framework design principles/patterns more than focus on a specific JavaScript Framework.
 
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