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SCWCDExam Kit vs Professional SCWCD

 
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Hi guys!
I know both of these books are awesome but I dont know which one fits my situation better.
Well I have minimal exposure to to servlet and a bit more with JSP.
Although I had two web based projects before, we used a framework so I was really limited to what the framewrok can do and my knowledge was also limited with what I know with the framework.
Well thats all. I hope you can help me choose.
Thanks a lot guys!
 
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I've read them both and prefer the Deshmukh/Malavia book though I also enjoyed the Wrox book. I think the first is just more thorough. The second however has more practical slant including a lengthy sample web application at end of book.
In deciding which to reread before taking test, however I had no difficulty in choosing the Deshmukh book. And it's mock exams are much better than the Wrox book, at least in my opinion.
Hope this helps,
Ken
I hope to take exam next week so we'll see how useful they were;-)
 
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Thanks Ken.
Good luck on your exam!
 
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