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Cleared SCWCD - 89%

 
Naresh Gangapur
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Firstly, thank you everyone in the group!!

I cleared the exam with 89% - read HFS 3 times, took some online sample exams/questions and always checked the forum to understand one's questions/solutions provided.

Thank you !
 
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congrats sirji
 
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Congrats and keep up the good work.
 
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congrats
did you only read the book HFSJ because some people say that the book does not cover everything needed for SCWCD.
 
Naresh Gangapur
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Thank you !!

Yes .. hmm.. you are right.. but well I would say it covers more than 90% of the syllabus.
Not sure how much information can I or am I allowed to put here, but few topics are not elaborate.

1) JSTL Core tags - eg: c:tokens - a note is written in the book to learn it as part of "homework"..

2) JSTL Core tags- say c:import etc.. not all attributes are covered in the book., so we might have a glance on the apis to see the attributes supported, which are request time etc..

3) Design Patterns - well this is covered in the book , but not sure I could not perform well in this section might be I was not intuitive enough to crack the questions from what I read in the book.

4) HttpServletRequest/Response apis -again, it would be better to browse the apis once to have a feel of few methods that are used in our day -to-day coding but not covered in the books..
 
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tehika danait
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thanks man
 
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