Added SCDJWS certificate to the list :-)

As posted here I have been busy last few weeks studying for my upcoming exam to become Sun Certified Developer for Java Web Services. Well, the exam was today and I am happy to announce I made it :-). So I can finally remove this one from my wish list. Oh, and for the JAXR part of the exam I had 100% score… Would that be coincidence or because I had been playing around with JAXR and jUDDI???

About Pascal Alma

Pascal is a senior IT consultant and has been working in IT since 1997. He is monitoring the latest development in new technologies (Mobile, Cloud, Big Data) closely and particularly interested in Java open source tool stacks, cloud related technologies like AWS and mobile development like building iOS apps with Swift. Specialties: Java/JEE/Spring Amazon AWS API/REST Big Data Continuous Delivery Swift/iOS
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3 Responses to Added SCDJWS certificate to the list :-)

  1. e.j. fuhr says:

    congrats on the web services exam – i’m getting ready for the thing too.

    tell me – how bad was it – really? especially the JAXR stuff. also what was covered for WSIT (Realiablity, Security, etc…)?

    thanks

    • Pascal Alma says:

      Well, I found it the toughest one till this far. I have used the Whizlab Exam Simulator (if I didn’t pass the test I would get my money back). I took about 5 of their mock exams and passed only for the last one… It seems the real exam is a little easier then their mock exams. And like I said, playing with your own UDDI registry installation made it a lot easier to understand compared to reading the stuff in a book.
      Hope this helps and good luck with your exam!

  2. Pascal Alma says:

    Well, I found it the toughest one till this far. I have used the Whizlab Exam Simulator (if I didn’t pass the test I would get my money back). I took about 5 of their mock exams and passed only for the last one… It seems the real exam is a little easier then their mock exams. And like I said, playing with your own UDDI registry installation made it a lot easier to understand compared to reading the stuff in a book.
    Hope this helps and good luck with your exam!

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