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IBM WebSphere 3.5 Certification Material

 
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I want to appear in IBM Websphere 3.5 standard edition. If somebody knows which book is the best for test and from where will I get the practice test questions besides IBM pre assesment sample test.
I would highly appreciate any help.
Thanks
Asif Peer
 
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Don't think so. But you might want to real *all* documentation that accompanies the product, as well as keep checking back the IBM site for new and updated documentation. And practice, practice, practice... that seems to be the only way to prepare for these exams. My colleagues working on WAS 3.5 are doing it this way; I'm working on the V5.1 Implementation exam - the same way. Cheers! pd
 
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Hello Asif
I�m working with was and you can find lot�s of excellent
books and training in IBM�s site, just here http://www.redbooks.ibm.com
just make a search with 'websphere'
For example 'Websphere Application Server 3.5 Handbook' is
excellent.
I also found one of the official courses (was developer
workshop) offered as a free online course in was developer
domain, library section, at ibm�s. Well, lot of nice stuff
there
Good luck
juan.-
 
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I also heard about the onlince course for WAS on IBM's website. Does anyone know the URL? Thanks in advance.
 
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