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Jan Jani
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i) I have no idea about J2ME from where I can Start from,which Specification I will have to read first plz help me
ii) I have arrange all these books which is better for the exam:
1)Learning Wireless Java (O'REILLY)
2)GPRS and 3G Wireless Application by Christoffer Andersson
3)J2ME in a NutShell (O'REILLY)
4)Wireless Security and Privacy - Best Practices and Design Techniques (Addison Wesley)
5)J2ME Step by Step
6)MIDP Style Guide for the Java� 2 Platform, Micro Edition (Addison Wesley)
7)WAP 2.0 Development (Que)
or I have to get any other book plz let me know
Jan Jani
 
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I plan to read just one book
"Wireless Java eveloping with j2me 2ndE" in the first week
(it is recommended by Kathy, which is only up-to-date book)
in the second week I will go through the Spec.
in the third week (just few days) I will get familar with the API doc
then I will fire the exam
Time is limited. The main thread should follow the Objective closely.
(btw: My company won't keep busy in following weeks, so maybe I can go to library and act as a full-time examee)
Originally posted by Jan Jani:
i) I have no idea about J2ME from where I can Start from,which Specification I will have to read first plz help me
ii) I have arrange all these books which is better for the exam:
1)Learning Wireless Java (O'REILLY)
2)GPRS and 3G Wireless Application by Christoffer Andersson
3)J2ME in a NutShell (O'REILLY)
4)Wireless Security and Privacy - Best Practices and Design Techniques (Addison Wesley)
5)J2ME Step by Step
6)MIDP Style Guide for the Java� 2 Platform, Micro Edition (Addison Wesley)
7)WAP 2.0 Development (Que)
or I have to get any other book plz let me know
Jan Jani

[ February 06, 2004: Message edited by: Mike Wang ]
 
Rama Ituarte
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Mike,
I like your plan of action.
How much experience do you have with J2ME?
Thanks
Rama
 
Eduardo Rodrigues
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Hey Mike.
I'm reading this book. It's VERY GOOD! I'm new to J2ME but this book gave me enough understanding to start a dummy project... I read 5 chapters in some hours! The book is really VERY GOOD!
I recommend.
About you action plan, I'll do the same thing, but I already started to do some mappings between the objectives and the specs...
I hope that I can post something very soon...
Bye
 
Mike Wang
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Originally posted by Rama Ituarte:
Mike,
I like your plan of action.
How much experience do you have with J2ME?
Thanks
Rama

I have 0 knowlege of J2ME yestoday, but I have loaded 10% today
 
Mike Wang
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Originally posted by Eduardo Rodrigues:
Hey Mike.
I'm reading this book. It's VERY GOOD! I'm new to J2ME but this book gave me enough understanding to start a dummy project... I read 5 chapters in some hours! The book is really VERY GOOD!
I recommend.
About you action plan, I'll do the same thing, but I already started to do some mappings between the objectives and the specs...
I hope that I can post something very soon...
Bye

the mapping of objectives and specs is very useful, It will save others lots of time. thanks for your work
 
Jan Jani
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What about me ,I am still confused what to read first,plz help me

Jani
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Juan Rolando Prieur-Reza
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MIDP Related JCP Efforts
for convenience...
http://www.jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=XXX
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JSR 124: J2EE Client Provisioning Specification
JSR 120: Wireless Messaging
JSR 135: Mobile Media
JSR 172: J2ME Web Services Specification
JSR 177: Security and Trust Services
JSR 179: Location
JSR 179: Location
JSR 185: Java Technology for the Wireless Industry
 
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