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Hi All,
I am preparing for scwcd usinf HF and planning to read Mikaliai's Note.But design pattern is covered in HF only.Is that enough to get a good understanding of design patterns? Also for exam? I don't know if I will get time to read Blueprint.But If its required for exam I will try to find some time or adjust test date based on that.Please advice .
Actually I am busy at work these days, but I can not keep away my preparation..Getting stressed with these two.Thought of writing test as soon and enjoy work after that :-) .Since I started visiting javaranch I am addicted to certification and that gives me lot of confidence in that area .Thanks to all


Thanks in advance for the advice
Sharika
 
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Hi Sharika,

Though I am also preparing for SCWCD, but I know about answer to your question from javaranch answers only. From exam perspective, HF sevlets & JSP is sufficient. But if you want to understand the design patterns at length then go for HF Design Patterns, I am not aware of any review of this book, but my experience with the two books of HF (Java & Servlets-JSP) I guess Design Pattern book also should be good for easy-reading/understanding/memorizing things.

Good to see your ceritications enthu.. keep that up!
All the best!

[ May 08, 2005: Message edited by: Anand Wadhwani ]
[ May 08, 2005: Message edited by: Anand Wadhwani ]
 
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