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Is this book suitable for me ?

 
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Kathy
based on you comments in the Topic: EJB's are easy to build....are they?
about only needing to know basic java before going on to EJB development. Do you think it would be suitable to me, 3 months experience in java, been through your head first java book and the sun java course, to go straight onto this book ? or should I spend some more time working with J2SE.
I am a web developer and will eventually be developing java web applications but want to make sure that I have a good founding in java basics. What do you think ?
thanks
Iain
 
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My opinion - Do some more work on Java before taking up SCBCD.
SCJP IS A must before taking up SCBCD. Since you will be a web devloper I suggest you to take up SCWCD before SCBCD.
Hope this helps.
 
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thanks pradeep
 
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