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Hello Friends,

I Have cleared My SCJp (1.4) with 83%.

Now I am preparing for SCWCD.

But I am very much intrested in SCMAD. I dont know anything about mobile technology. (Although I have read an introductory book of Sams teach you J2ME in 21 days. I had tiny overview of all these stuff. But none of midlet written by me work on my PC...I know I have mess some where. Also I dont really work on Mobiles Technology)

But guys please tell me from where I should start?
what are the books I should use ?
Can I Go for certification just for having a fun in mobile technolgy?

Please Tell
 
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I would recommend you to read the MIDP2.0, CLDC, JTWI, MMAPI and WMA specifications from the following url

http://java.sun.com/javame/reference/whitepapers/index.html

Everything you need to pass the exam is there.
I also found useful the white papers about j2me from forum nokia site (especially for security and Record Store).

Whizlabs tool should not be worth.

alberto
 
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