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Passed the Java Enterprise Edition 5 Web Component Developer exam (SCWCD) with 85%

Ankur Srivastav
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I was able to pass the Java Enterprise Edition 5 Web Component Developer exam today. Just wanted to share my experience and some suggestions.

I would like to mention that I had taken this exam earlier also, couple of weeks back, but I dint pass at that time. So don't worry if you don't crack it. It will always help you in understanding the fundamentals better.

For those of you who want to know the benefits of taking this exam, here are a few which might help:

1. The preparation gives you a good knowledge about Servlets, JSP's, Filters and Patterns (pretty obvious .. ! ).
Most of us, including myself, just try to google the concepts whenever we are in the middle of a project and stuck with a problem.
With this you can still google but with a better understanding. If you are into Java and doing web application development you should consider taking this exam.
2. Servlets and JSP's form the basis of any web application development. Its quite important to have a good knowledge of these concepts. That helps you to pickup any MVC framework in no time. You get the knowledge of Tag Libs, Filters, Listeners to name a few.
3. I feel more confident in dealing with Tag Libraries and Expression Language syntax now. Something which I was never quite confortable with.
4. Take this even if you just want to test how much you know.

Now for preparation:

Head First Servlets and JSP's is the most awsome book you can find for preparation. I read and re read this book quite a few times.
I wish they come up soon with the EJB 3 one also.
And the mock exam at the end is pretty good. I dint score well in that. But don't worry in the exam you will know how many answers to choose.
I will also suggest that you try out the examples. I used to code everything from Servlet mappings to JSP tags. That will solidify what you learn.

That's all I did. The exam gives you plenty of time.

Also please share the next step you guys take once you pass this one. I am thinking about SCBCD.


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Joey Sanchez
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Joined: Jun 23, 2011
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Congratulations Ankur!

Only one question, I know that there was a way to repeat the exam by the same price when it was from Sun but now I think it is different.

Did you have to pay again to do the second attempt?
Ankur Srivastav
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Thanks Joey.

Yes now with Oracle, I had to pay again. They are not offering any packages.
Joey Sanchez
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It is good to know. Now I'm with OCEJWCD6.

Good luck with next, the new Enterprise JavaBeans 6 require 72% to pass the exam!
Kancharla Madhu
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Congrats,Ankur!


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Avinash Tiwari
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Joined: Sep 20, 2006
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Hi Ankur

Congratulations!!

A question out of curiosity :
Any reason for not giving SCWCD 6 version and opting for SCWCD 5.

Thanks
Avinash


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Ankur Srivastav
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Thanks Avinash, sorry for my late response. Frankly I had Head First for version 5 and that was primary reason for giving this exam. Will try to aim for version 7 next, hope by the time i decide to take that Head First arrives ..
 
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