Sun Certified Web Component Developer (SCWCD)
A specialty performance-based certification program offered by Sun Microsystems (part of Oracle Corporation) that targets information regarding Java components related to Web applications, specifically Servlets and Java Server Pages (JSPs).
Specifically, the Sun Certified Web Component Developer (SCWCD) certification requires proficiency in the application of Java Server Pages and servlet technologies used to present Web services and dynamic Web content using Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE technology).
Sun Certified Java Programmer (SCJP) is a prerequisite for the SCWCD certification exam, which is a computer-based test administrated through the education division of Oracle, Oracle University.
- Sun Microsystems
A company based in Mountain View, California that builds computer hardware and software. Sun Microsystems was founded in 1982 by Andreas Bechtolsheim, Vinod Khosla, and Scott McNeally. The firm is best known for developing workstations and operating environments for the UNIX operation system, and more recently, for developing and promoting the Java programming language. Sun […]
An integrated open source object-oriented application platform that provides a system for developing and deploying applications without needing to integrate multiple different products. Suneido as an integrated application platform includes an object-oriented language, client-server database, and user interface and reporting frameworks. Suneido is considered a lightweight alternative to closed application technologies such as Visual Basic, […]
A disk storage technology developed by Imation Corporation that supports very high-density diskettes. SuperDisk diskettes are etched with a servo pattern at the factory. This pattern is then read by the SuperDisk drive to precisely align the read/write head. The result is that a SuperDisk diskette can have 2,490 tracks, as opposed to the 160 […]
The common name for the FDHD (floppy disk, high density) disk drive that comes with all models of the Apple Macintosh computer. The SuperDrive can read and write to all three Macintosh disk sizes (400K, 800K, and 1.44MB) as well as the two PC 3½-inch disk sizes (720K and 1.44MB).
- SuperSpeed USB
Formally called USB 3.0, SuperSpeed USB is the latest version of the Universal Serial Bus (USB) external bus standard.