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Hi guys, beginning the SCMAD cert

 
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Hi guys, I'm beginning the preparation for the SCMAD. At the moment, I'm studying:

'Wireless Java: Developing with J2ME'
Second edition, edited by Apress, written by Jonathan Knudsen.

From the posts I've read here, there are a lot of specs to read for the exam.

Anyone can tell me how good is the Whizlab exam?
 
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Originally posted by Marco Tedone:
Hi guys, I'm beginning the preparation for the SCMAD. At the moment, I'm studying:

'Wireless Java: Developing with J2ME'
Second edition, edited by Apress, written by Jonathan Knudsen.

From the posts I've read here, there are a lot of specs to read for the exam.

Anyone can tell me how good is the Whizlab exam?



Your plan is great... Reading a easy-to-understand book will surely help you to go through the main topics for the exam... Then you cannot avoid specs for the exam... Specs are really important... As far as I have experience with so many reading on specs, the J2ME-related specs are pretty more easier to understand...

As for the simulator, there will soon be one more SCMAD simulator from Enthuware as well... Another good alternative to WhizLabs...
 
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