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Today I passed IBM - XML with 87%
Resources:
XML in a Nutshell
XML Reference by Skonnard
WEB resources (thanks for all those links)
time approx 20 days.
Thanks for all!
[ July 29, 2003: Message edited by: dharma cris ]
 
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Good job Dharma. How was your experience with XML before starting with your studies?
 
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Hi Andres, I have been working with XML a lot since last year and a half.
I found lot of questions on data modelling, schema, xslt and scenario.
Skonnard(concise and to-the-point) and XML in Nutshell(readability) complements each other nicely but for schema, xfront.com's presentation is more useful. Official book "Professional XML" may be very good but I found it too descriptive, so I didn't refer.
 
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hmm.. so there's actually no-ultimate book to buy and study, it's just a bunch of resources from everywhere.
It's not like the kathy sierra and bert bates for SJCP or the study kit for SCWCD
 
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congrats....
 
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Good job!
 
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Hi dharma cris, congratulations to you!
 
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Congrats
 
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Congratualtions Dharma Cris, hey everyone..
Hi Andres, check Bunkhouse XML-link if you haven't yet..?
I was debating myself which cert. to take next. But I think I'll go with the flow...and stick with SCJD.
[ August 04, 2003: Message edited by: Alex Radomski ]
 
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I think there are a lot more ppl doing the Sun's certification then IBM's so there are not really any official books for the IBM's certification,
some ppl havent even heard of IBM certifications.
 
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