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Hey, I've been putting together and using AnkiWeb for flashcards. I shared the deck. go to ankiweb.net and then search for the shared deck: Java Web Services Certification

You can edit, add, study, and I believe delete. If any seem to violate copyright....tell me and I'll remove them. BTW, if you use the deck, and you want to maintain good karma, you should pay for Enthuware's exam preparation on web services (like 30 bucks). Although all attempts were made to not plagiarize, most of the problems I had with questions on the practice tests found their way into this deck (paraphrased). I don't make any profit from the deck, nor am I asserting copyright. But if the deck violates any copyright just let me know and I'll remove the cards in question.

BTW...I don't use correct English on the cards ;-) (making fun of myself!!! see other posts of mine)
 
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