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How to have your name posted to wall of fame?

 
Elchin Asgarli
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I found this wall of fame : http://faq.javaranch.com/java/ScjpWallOfFame but I did not see any contact detail for asking to post your result there ((

So here is my info : I passed SCJP with 91% on 22 February 2010. I am from Azerbaijan, but currently live in Germany. And my next plan is to enter either SCJD or SCWCD. And here is my story : http://www.coderanch.com/t/486168/sr/certification/Passed-SCJP
 
Elchin Asgarli
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Ok, figured it out, you just have to click Edit button above And put your javaranch username and password when prompted.
 
Rohan kanade
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good that you figured it out, but dont break the wall now )
 
Elchin Asgarli
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Rohan kanade wrote:good that you figured it out, but dont break the wall now )


I am really hoping to break SCJD and SCWCD wall one day ;)
 
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Howdy, Elchin!

First, you can always count on us to achieve Java certifications... everybody here is always doing their best to help with that!

Now, I'd kindly like to ask you to take a look here: How to Ask Question On JavaRanch. Please choose the appropriate forum for your question. I think that the best place for this question of yours is the Ranch Office forum.
 
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