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Kathy's guide for SCWCD

 
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Hi,
For SCWCD 1.3 the recommended book is Manning. But none is available by Kathy. Kathy, your book for SCJP helped me a lot. I was looking forward to some kind of input from you for this exam.
I will be preparing for the SCWCD 1.4 exam which will be out in the market. But can I know whether you will be publishing your book for this exam? And when will it be out in the market? (Hoping to start preparation as soon as Iget ur reply! )
 
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Originally posted by Vikram S Bhat:
Hi,
For SCWCD 1.3 the recommended book is Manning. But none is available by Kathy. Kathy, your book for SCJP helped me a lot. I was looking forward to some kind of input from you for this exam.
I will be preparing for the SCWCD 1.4 exam which will be out in the market. But can I know whether you will be publishing your book for this exam? And when will it be out in the market? (Hoping to start preparation as soon as Iget ur reply! )


Here is the link that might help you For Bert Bates(About Head First SCWCD)
Good Luck.
 
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