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Just Finished in OCEWCD Learning

 
Yosi Pramajaya
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Hello everybody..
I'm so proud to announce that on 17 July 2012, I've passed on OCEWCD Exam.
Actually my score is only 71%, but I'm so proud with that...

I'm just 16, and I can done that... I can't even believe it..
Thanks to this forum for helping me so much...
 
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Yosi Pramajaya wrote:Hello everybody..
I'm so proud to announce that on 17 July 2012, I've passed on OCEWCD Exam.
Actually my score is only 71%, but I'm so proud with that...

I'm just 16, and I can done that... I can't even believe it..
Thanks to this forum for helping me so much...


Congratulations!

Its quite an achievement given your age. Keep it up!

All The Best!
 
Paul Anilprem
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Congratulations! Great job!!
 
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congratulations!...
 
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Hey congratulations on your achievement.

I am preparing for the same certification despite being twice your age. Do you mind sharing your preparation plan and course?
I am interested of how you prepared for the objectives relating to JDBC, JPA, and AJAX considering these are not on O'Reily's HF Sevlets & JSPs
2nd edition and likewise other Servlets/JSP books dont cover the mentioned objectives. I realize using fully fledged books like Pro JPA 2.0 or downloading the specs
could be overkill considering the potential to cover excess than whats required for the exam. Could you share your thoughts on this ??

Bell.
 
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Bell Katapa wrote:I am preparing for the same certification despite being twice your age. Do you mind sharing your preparation plan and course?
I am interested of how you prepared for the objectives relating to JDBC, JPA, and AJAX considering these are not on O'Reily's HF Sevlets & JSPs

I realize that you asked this question to Yosi but let me share the feedback that we have received. Our users have mentioned that there are only 1 or 2 questions on the exam on these topics and the questions in JWeb+ V6 on these topics are enough.
 
Yosi Pramajaya
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I am preparing for the same certification despite being twice your age. Do you mind sharing your preparation plan and course?
I am interested of how you prepared for the objectives relating to JDBC, JPA, and AJAX considering these are not on O'Reily's HF Sevlets & JSPs
2nd edition and likewise other Servlets/JSP books dont cover the mentioned objectives. I realize using fully fledged books like Pro JPA 2.0 or downloading the specs
could be overkill considering the potential to cover excess than whats required for the exam. Could you share your thoughts on this ??


Thanks everyone for your kindness by congratulate me.

And, hello Bell.
I'd like to share about how I succeed in this exam. First, I read about HFSJ 2nd edition. Although it doesn't cover topics like AJAX, JDBC, and JPA.
The exam doesn't cover it too (at least, doesn't cover it too much).
I read Servlet 3.0 Specification from JCP.org. Because HFSJ 2nd edition doesn't cover Servlet 3.0.
And I think that's enough (of course, with some mock exam like Enthuware, ETC).
Because I think you shouldn't have to worry about it too much.
 
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