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hi,
I am really very new to this concept.how to start studying this model.Please anyody help me out of this....
 
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Most people start by reading Beginning J2ME.

Once you're comfortable with the technology, you can dig deeper into the specs and take some mock exams (available from both enthuware and whizlabs).

Good luck!
 
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Hi, Michael, I already buy the book titled Beginning J2ME, Does the book covers all the SCMAD Exam objective? If it doesn't, What are the objectives does the book covers?


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all you would need is sathya's notes. that's the only reference material i read to pass the beta exam a couple of years back.
 
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Originally posted by jeremias lacanienta:
all you would need is sathya's notes. that's the only reference material i read to pass the beta exam a couple of years back.





Sathya's notes??
Did not get it
Can you explain?

Hugs!
 
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Originally posted by Andre Brito Fonseca:




Sathya's notes??
Did not get it
Can you explain?

Hugs!



this is quite an old discussion link ==> https://coderanch.com/t/157157/po/certification/Sathya-notes .
 
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The notes are available on the wiki pages of the author
http://www.cssathya.com/confluence/display/SOFT/SCMAD
 
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Originally posted by jeremias lacanienta:


this is quite an old discussion link ==> https://coderanch.com/t/157157/po/certification/Sathya-notes .



Oh! Thanks bro!
See you around, folks!
 
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