Willy Sudiarto Raharjo, an IT expert from Indonesia recently reviewed the uCertify 220-601 -A+ Essentials practice test. He said, “From my point of view, this application is very helpful. It doesn’t only giving questions, but also explanations on how it should be answered. The results and review features are very nice and you can track all of your tests (there are about 600 questions and it will be randomized) to make sure that you have been fully prepared. I think it’s worthies to spend some cash to buy this product if you are really interested in passing the exams.” Continue reading
Pasan is a Software Engineer at AKLO Information Technologies (Pvt.) Ltd, a Colombo based financial services solution provider. He has experience in developing software in c#.net.
Pasan holds a Special Honours Degree in Information Technology from Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology(SLIIT). He has been an MCP since 2006 and currently holds the Microsoft Certified Solution Developer.NET title.
Roy Wood (esofthub) is a former Airborne and Air Assault trooper in the U.S. Army. Currently residing in South Korea, he blogs about his classified ads website and UNIX related tasks. These UNIX tips are a result of what he has learned throughout his 10-year career as a lead systems engineer for a major U.S. technology company.
Roy reviewed the 1Z0-042 practice test for the OCA 10g certification and found it very useful. He remarked, “I thought the final test was a bit more difficult than the practice tests which was probably by design. Also, I noticed there was a “learn” function for each test question, which was accompanied by a thorough explanation.”
Please read the complete review at My SysAd Blog – UNIX
Mike Litherland works for Accenx Technology, Inc. as a software designer and programmer of enterprise, interactive and hopefully otherwise useful software, much of which has been designed for the health-care industry. His other interests include writing (fiction and technical), trying to fix anything that’s broken and trying to understand anything that’s not broken.
When those things aren’t occupying his time there are a few musical instruments that require some playing, some geocaches that haven’t been found nearby, and some trails that haven’t been fully explored. Of course his favorite way to spend time is with his wonderful new wife in their cute little house in Cleveland Heights and their furry, four-legged children.
Mike Litherland recently tested the uCertify PrepKit for CX-310-055 exam, required to achieve the SCJP 5.0 certification and wrote a comprehensive review on his blog. Mike says, “Chances are if you’re reading a review regarding certification preparation software, you are already pretty committed to taking a certification exam. In this case I think that the uCertify software I reviewed delivers what it promises – a complete solution to going from having an understanding of Java 5 to being able to pass the SCJP 5.0 certification test.”
You can read the complete review at Mike’s Blog.
Jacek Laskowski has been working with Java and Java Enterprise Edition, since its inception and is Sun Certified Java Programmer for Java 5 as well as Sun Certified Business Component Developer for Java EE 5. Jacek is the founder and leader of Warszawa Java User Group. Jacek is a committer and PMC member of Apache Geronimo, Apache OpenEJB, Apache XBean, Apache ActiveMQ and Apache ServiceMix open source projects.
He participated in NetBeans Community Acceptance Test (NetCAT) 6.0 and was awarded as the most active and agile participant. Jacek speaks on Polish (mostly) and international conferences. Continue reading
Mischa Kroon is an independent IT Consultant based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. He has done numerous successful small and large web projects using ASP / ASP.Net and other relating web technologies. Mischa blogs about internet technologies and productivity tools for programmers ranging from Code Generation, Asp and Asp.Net to open source technologies such as MySql and Ruby on Rails.
In his free time he enjoys life through festivals, concerts and through hanging out with friends.
Nitin Pai is a Software Engineer and has been working with Larsen and Toubro Infotech Limited since 2006. He is a certified Java Programmer (SCJP), Web Component (SCWCD) and Web Services Developer (SCDJWS) from Sun Microsystems.
He has a passion for blogging on the various areas surrounding web technology and regularly writes for his blog Techtracer. The blog mainly targets articles on Web Development, Java EE, and Ajax along with other exciting technical stuff for beginners. To get updates from his blog, subscribe to his feed. Continue reading
Anton Arhipov is a senior software developer in Hansabank Estonia, working with J2EE technologies and financial data integration projects. He has over 5 years of experience with Java technology and is SCJP certified.
He is also an open source enthusiast: Anton has contributed on JBoss Drools project and participated in Google Summer of Code 2007 event. Currently, he holds the researcher position at Tallinn University of Technology in the Department of Computer Engineering. Continue reading
Recently, we sent the uCertify 70-536-CSHSARP practice test to Partho Sarathi, a Software Engineering student, to use and send his opinions on it. This was in continuation of our efforts to get useful inputs on uCertify PrepKits from experts as well as students who are using them.
Partho Sarathi is a student at NIIT Shyambazar pursuing GNIIT (Software Engineering) along with a degree in Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA) from Sikkim Manipal University. Continue reading
Debbie Campbell has over 12 years experience as a web designer and developer, and since 2005 has owned Red Kite Creative, a full-service web studio in Colorado. Debbie’s background is in graphic design and her specialty is front-end development, from Photoshop through valid and accessible XHTML/CSS. She has attained several certifications including CIW Professional.
Here’s what Debbie says:
“I used uCertify’s kits for taking the first two CIW exams and passed with scores that were much higher than I actually needed. These were reasonably priced, compared to what I paid for the book I bought prior to learning about uCertify. One thing I especially liked was the tracking page that displayed how well you were doing – it would show you when you were getting closer to obtaining that passing grade. Continue reading