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Book's expected level of expertise

 
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Who's the book (this week's giveaway) targeted at? In other words, does it assume the reader has no, little, some, or extensive experience in Java, Web development, Design, etc?
 
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Hi Burk,
The Wrox book assumes a certain level of knowledge of Servle/JSP technology. We felt an introduction from basics would make the book to large and would alienate thode developers trying for the exam....
Whilst the book does introduce topics, you do need to understand the basics...
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Dan
 
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