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I have just passed my SCJP 1.2 and am looking to go for the SCWCD next, I have read a lot of good things about the SCWCD exam study kit by Hanumant Deshmuck and Jignesh Malavia but as I have not studied much about SCWCD yet could someone tell me if this book is the right choice at the moment or should I take some other study guide first.
 
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I recommend that book. Very clear and easy to understand much more than Sybex book...
I'm planning to take SCWCD exam also....
 
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I recommend that book. Very clear and easy to understand much more than Sybex book...
I'm planning to take SCWCD exam also....
 
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I recommend that book. Very clear and easy to understand much more than Sybex book...
I'm planning to take SCWCD exam also....
 
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