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Compilation of SCWCD resources

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Hi All,
Here is the compilation of all SCWCD resources I found. Most of the material has been taken from our forum (copy and paste). Items here are not in any specific order. Feel free to add more catagories and/or items.
----- - probably the only study material specifically for SCWCD exam - Exam info - We don't need to introduce ourselves to us - Marcus Green's forum
Professional JSP by Wrox
Java Servlet Programming by Jason Hunter (O'reilly)
Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages
Sams Teach Yourself JavaServer Pages in 24 Hours
JavaServer Pages: Your Visual Blueprint to Designing Dynamic Content with JSP -
Core J2EE Patterns - Best Practices and Design Strategies ISBN 0-13-064884-1 (for objectove 13)
Java Developer's Guide to Servlets and JSP - BY William Brogden
Inside Servlets: Server-Side Programming for the Java(tm) Platform
Java Servlet Programming (O'reilly)
----- - paid exam from Sun ($50) - Free practice questions from Sun (10 questions from the exam above) - whizlabs only has the trial version of the software available
Servlet 2.3 specifications:
JSP 1.2 specifications:
TOMCAT 4.0beta: Official implementation of Servlet 2.3 and JSP 1.2 specs
J2EE bluprints:

[This message has been edited by Chintan Rajyaguru (edited August 26, 2001).]
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