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Thinking of SCWCD, Resources for rookies?

 
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I received my SCJP2 almost two months ago. I want to become a Java programmer, but am currently unemployed. I am thinking of the SCWCD certification. What would be the best books/net resources I can read for rookies? I have only used J2EE for personal learning experience, and ran examples of Servlets, JSPs, EJBs and Ant examples provided by J2EE documentation.
 
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How about this FAQ to start with....sounds fair enough!
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