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I have overall 9.2y of good quality Java/J2EE product development and software services experience and am in between jobs.

I have some experience in JAX-WS and little lesser in REST. I am taking up this certification to be an expert in all forms of web services, especially in relation to the Java/J2EE world.

I will follow this process:

> On-Job Web Services Development/Java Programming
> Following Official Syllabus for Upgrade
> Using/Implementing Specific Features using JDK7/JWSDP2


I need the following information from you:

> Which is the best available online book?
> Which is the best printed book?
> Any specific exam study guides?
> Links to mock exams and official mock exam?
> Useful Posts Links or Exam Experience Links?
> Any code links that are really helpful?
 
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Did you check the ScdjwsLinks and the Certification Results for more information? You might also want to check this thread.
 
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