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i passed ths scjp 1.2 exams yesterday and got 81% i was (as all of us are) aiming higher but i have to accept it (just look at those at the >90% level). would you guys believe where i got the lows? declarations & access control, operators & assignments, threads and java.awt package... talk about wierd, i'm weak in I/O & util... you'll never do know how you're stacked up... anyway i'll do the upgrade ASAP
to the people in javaranch thanks alot... i was quite on my own without you i'm lost... to those who published mock exams Dan Chisholm, Markus Greene and Dr. Hunt, Deitel&Deitel, and the team of Roberts,Heller & Ernest...
[ October 29, 2002: Message edited by: Benjoe Reyes ]
 
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Nice shot Benjoe
 
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Congratulation!!
 
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Congrats Benjoe!
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Congratulations Benjoe!
 
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guys what would be best thing to do next? i was thinking of XML in connection with Java...
hey dan thanks for replying...
[ November 07, 2002: Message edited by: Benjoe Reyes ]
 
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The best thing to do next depends on your goals, but XML skills are a good thing to have.
My exam content is developed in XML and then transformed into HTML using XSLT. One of the motivations for developing my exam was a desire to make use of the XML skills that I had recently learned.
 
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i just want to get extra skills to get ahead... i'm 31 with no experience whatsoever and i want to enter the industry...
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