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SCWCD 1.4 preparation

 
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I want to appear for SCWCD1.4. I have studied SCWCD Exam kit by Hanumant Deshmukh.
Currently, As there is no book that covers all the objectives for SCWCD1.4.

Anyone, pls guide on the course material that covers the objectives that are not covered in Hanumant's book. Any tutorial/preparation material available online.
 
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You probably already know this but the book, Head First Servlets and JSPs, is coming out this month (July)(barring any delays) and it will cover J2EE 1.4. Everyone I know that has read the Head First series thinks it is the greatest thing since sliced bread.
 
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I know Head First book will be out in July.
But is there any other study material available currently that covers the objectives left out in Hanumant's Study kit.
 
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Check out Mikalai Zaikin's site
 
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