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need SCWCD Preparation guidance

 
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Guys, I just passed the SCJP and plan to step into the SCWCD world. I am a beginnger, just need guidance. Is HFS a good book for beginngers as well?

Should I start with something else and then get HFS?

Would highly appreciate any kind of help.

Thanks guys.

Jay
 
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You can start with HFS&J directly as it is easy to read and understand.

Nick
 
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SCWCD Exam study kit by Hanumant Deshmukh,Jignesh Malavia
Servlets 2.4 spec from sun
JSP 2.0 spec from sun
JSTL 1.1 spec from sun
tag files from java.net by Budi Kurniawan (part1 and part 2)
HFS&J (I heard its good but i never studied that...)
J2EE patterns (take notes from prentic Core j2ee patterns best practices&design 2nd edition for those 5 patterns listed in scwcd...)
Mock exam from whiz lab or enthuware

All the best for preparation
Sai,
SCJCP 1.4
SCWCD 1.4
SCBCD (next in line of preparation)
 
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Thanks
 
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