Archive for the ‘SCDJWS’ Category

SCDJWS mock tests and help – tried and tested

Posted on March 19th, 2007 in Java EE, SCDJWS, Web Services | 8 Comments »

Before the actual exam it is always a better thing to give some mock tests to get a feel of how to prepare for the final exam and also to find out the weak points and to do a revision of the course material for them. You would be excited to know that there are in fact a couple of nice mock tests for SCDJWS. The ones I have tried and would advice include the following: Read the rest of this entry »

SCDJWS study material and resources – The most searched thing

Posted on March 17th, 2007 in Java, Java EE, SCDJWS, Web Services | 2 Comments »

Where do I learn from for SCDJWS? Its a good question and probably the best question. In the arena of SCDJWS you should mark my words, you would never go through with a single source of material in your hand. Well its not to scare you though, its just a matter of fact. The vast scope of SCDJWS makes you learn from various sources. I have told you about how to get a kick start in preparing for SCDJWS, but haven’t yet mentioned from where you should prepare. It was a whole new section in itself and requires a detailed information. You don’t have to fret because Ill give you the thing you crave for. The material of course. Not in a bundled form but a set of links which would see you through in flying colors in the final test. Read the rest of this entry »

SCDJWS preparation – a kick start guide

Posted on March 15th, 2007 in Java, Java EE, SCDJWS, Web Services | 3 Comments »

If you are looking for getting started with preparing for SCDJWS (Sun Certified Developer for Java Web Services) certification then its very normal that you will be stuck on the material required for it. SCDJWS in nature is very vast in its scope. So you have to be very careful in choosing the appropriate resources. There are many varied implementations on the usage of the API’s which help you implement J2EE web services but you have to remember one thing. You are giving the SUN certification, so its but obvious that you have to use the API’s that SUN provides for creating the J2EE web services. There are many different API versions of the same J2EE web services specifications like those from Apache, BEA, IBM, but since the implementations can be somewhat different from each other, you always have to study the core API’s provided by SUN. This will help you avoid confusion. Moreover, studying SUN API’s is more beneficial since they are present in any vendor implementation. The vice versa is not true. Read the rest of this entry »

SCDJWS – mission accomplished

Posted on January 29th, 2007 in News, SCDJWS | 16 Comments »

Finally after a long wait, the moment to cherish has arrived and that too with a very dramatic touch. Yup, I got SCDJWS certified today. It was a long learning curve, but turned out to be very fruitful indeed. The exam started early without much delay in the NIIT Prometric center, Bandra where I had been given the time of 11:30 am. It started at about at 12:00 am with my heart pounding out too loud to be heard by people around me. It was in my mind that today would either be the best day in my life or the worst. All thanks to my stars, after a period of 2 hours, 30 minutes it turned out to be the former one.

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