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ANY ONE CAN HELP with a book on SCMAD

 
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hello guys and gals.
can anyone help me out as i need a book on scmad certification study guide.
thanks guys.
 
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lexander,
There is no SCMAD exam specific book in the market yet. But if you are not in a hurry to sit for the exam, there may be at least one exam specific book coming up before the end of 2005...
 
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how do u know?
 
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Originally posted by Billy Tsai:
how do u know?



Believe me...

I just don't want people to regret later, when an exam specific book comes up after they sit for the exam...
 
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thanks ko ko

i think i want to write it b4 end of november.
ok is there any normal J2ME book that is rated teh best in the market
that can enable me know the best of j2me from intermediate to guru level.?
 
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I would recommend Wireless Java, Second Edition of Jonathan from Apress as a non-certification-related book, but useful in preparation for the exam...
 
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I used the following study guide for SCMAD, in addition to another standard J2ME book (dont remember the name) and got around 85%:

http://www.cssathya.com

Seems like the guy has done modifications in his site and you will have to get registered. Any way I think his notes were really good.
 
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Originally posted by Qutub Shahi:
I used the following study guide for SCMAD, in addition to another standard J2ME book (dont remember the name) and got around 85%:

http://www.cssathya.com

Seems like the guy has done modifications in his site and you will have to get registered. Any way I think his notes were really good.



Hi,

Thanks for using my notes. I am happy to hear that it helped you in your preparations. The site has undergone some changes as I'm playing around with some Wiki options to make it easier for me to add more content.

However, I want to stress that you DO NOT need any registration to get the notes. The links from other websites might be broken, but you can access the contents here.

http://www.cssathya.com/tiki-index.php?page=SoftwareTutorials

Sorry for the inconvenience.
 
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Hi Sathya

I cannot access the following URL:

http://www.cssathya.com/tiki-index.php?page=SoftwareTutorials

Is the server hosting your web site down?

Thanks.

regards
Mala
 
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Even i couldnot access the link
 
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Calm down. calm down, guys...

Sathya is currently updating his website and you would have noticed it, if you ever accessed his website before. So don't worry. He might come up with more cool things in the future. Who knows?
 
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The link is working. Thanks Sathya.
 
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Yes..
i've tried that link a view minutes ago, it wasn't working.
but now it's working perfectly
Thanks Sathya.
 
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Thanks Sathya. Now I am able to access your site and the notes.

regards
Mala
 
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