Paul Anilprem wrote:
Peter Ku wrote:Hi,
Why is Java EE 6 Web Component Developer Certified Expert Study Companion: OCPJWCD/OCWCD/SCWCD Oracle Exam IZ0-899 3rd Edition by Charles E. Lyons (31 Jul 2012) still not available?
There is a date on Amazon that says it will be released on 31 Jul 2012 but it still hasn't been released... That's disappointing
There could be many reasons for the delay. It is usually beyond author's control. But you can start with the free JEE 6 Tutorial published by Oracle while you are waiting for the book
Ashok Pradhan wrote:Dear friends today I have cleared OCEWCD 6 with score 91%
I started preparation from the HSFJ from Sierra, Bates and Basham book which I have covered 3 times.Thanks to the Authors for the nice book
I write lots of small program on each chapter mostly without using any IDE I used Textpad to write programs.I also read some parts of Servlet 3 Specification(Annotations,Pluggability,Security,Asynchronous Servlet),JSP2.2 spec,Frederic Esnault notes(must recommended),PeabodyOnScwcdPatterns notes which covers most of the Pattern questions,ScwcdHints by Jothi Shankar Kumar and read some parts of JEE6 API.
HSFJ final mock exam I score 57% because I have the 1st edition of the book and it had lots of errata.
Nikos' Java blog Custom Tags Exam(91%)
Nikos' Java blog EL Exam(92%)
Nikos' Java blog JSP (91%)
Nikos' Java blog Servlets (84%)
Java EE 6 SCWCD Mock Exam by Piotr Nowicki' (72%)
Did all 10 the enthuware mock exams and I found it really good and learned a lot.(It gives some important explanations).
My Enthuware scores are 68 , 68 , 74 , 68 , 77 , 81 , 84 ,91 , 86 , 84 .
The exam was not tough as compared to SCJP exam. The real exam toughness level matches with enthuware mock exam.
I missed 5 question on the exam and I took 1hr and 20min to complete the exam.There are 12-15 question which are based on Servlet 3.0.In my exam there are to custom tag questions.
Wish you all the best !!
gurpeet singh wrote:
Charles Lyons wrote:Hi all,
Apologies for not replying sooner - time seems to fly by!
The final revisions are going in the new Oracle / Java EE 6 version of the book in the next couple of weeks. There has been a lot of ground to cover with the new objectives, including 3 new chapters and various other modifications throughout, examples, new questions, errata incorporation etc. As usual we're trying to get this as perfect as possible on the first pass, rather than rush to publication and contain many errors.
Bear with us - the proof should be with the printers by the end of this month and then it usually takes a couple of weeks before it becomes available to ship out.
We are working with distribution partners in the UK, Europe, USA and India so should be available for ordering locally
eagerly waiting for the book Charles.