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Please give a warm welcome to Howard Kushner, author of "Developing J2EE Applications with WebSphere Studio: IBM Certified
Enterprise Developer (IBM Certification Study Guides)". Howard will be here until Friday to answer your questions about his book and Websphere certifications in general.
On Friday, four lucky participants will be given a copy of Howard's book.
Remember, your display name must meet the JavaRanch requirements and you must have a valid email address so we can notify you if you win.
Posts in this thread do not count towards the giveaway. So say hi to Howard in this thread and then start a brand new thread with your question(s).
Also, posts that simply state "I want my free book!" or something along those lines are not counted towards the giveaway, either. So make 'em meaningful!
The giveaway starts on Tuesday, Feb. 3rd
[ February 02, 2004: Message edited by: jason adam ]
 
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Welcome Howard,
I have heard a lot about your Book.

Developing J2EE Applications with WebSphere Studio: IBM Certified Enterprise Developer (IBM Certification Study Guides)

To start with I have a question,
Where can I find the TOC of the book?
 
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Originally posted by Vijay Rathore:
Welcome Howard,
I have heard a lot about your Book.

Developing J2EE Applications with WebSphere Studio: IBM Certified Enterprise Developer (IBM Certification Study Guides)

To start with I have a question,
Where can I find the TOC of the book?


Hi Vijay,
The table of contents, index, and an excerpt from the book can be found by using this link: Look Inside
Regards,
[ February 02, 2004: Message edited by: Howard Kushner ]
 
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Howard,
Your book has the title:
Developing J2EE Applications with WebSphere Studio: IBM Certified Enterprise Developer (IBM Certification Study Guides)
From the preface it looks like the information in the book is specifically focussed on test 287.
Does this mean a candidate needs additional books for test 486 and 484?
If so which books do your recommend?
Thanks,
Marcel Heijmans
 
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Well never mind, I just got it in one of the posts:
http://store.yahoo.com/mcpressonline/5212.html
I am not sure this time I am lucky enough to win this book.
 
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If ever I need to take this test I'll be sure to check out your book.
 
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Welcome Howard!!!
 
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