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Beginner please help..

 
Maneessh saxena
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Hi great Ranchers,

I’ve just start preparing for SCWCD exam. I don’t know servlet & jsp . Very first step I taken that I purchased Head First (servlet & jsp) . I am confused whether I should start reading myself or should join a class for the same.

Many friend of mine made a terror of the same, like it’s too tough that it can’t be read by yourself. Is it true or what???
Please let me know How should I go for…

Thanks in advance

Regards
Maneesh Saxena
 
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Maneesh,

You don't have to go for any classes. HFSJ is decent enough and self explanatory and by just following it, you will understand everything. Study constantly and repeatedly untill you understand. Also practice as much as you can and that will be the key. So with HFSJ at hand, you should take not more than 3 months to crack the exam.
 
prabhash singh
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better purchase book-"CoreServlets & Java Server pages" and go through it.
then You'll feel HFSJ is one the best available book

Prabhash (SCJP 1.4, SCWCD(preparing)
 
Akbar Upadyayula
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You have choosen the right book for SCWCD that is more than enough ..only one thing you need to do i.e. practice more
execute different type of apllications, do much programing on each topic..it will not be take more than two months to pass the exam
 
Paul Anilprem
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Raunak,
Make sure you actually run the examples provided in the book in Tomcat (or any other container). Take small but firm steps and try out even the trivial looking examples. Make changes in them and see how they behave. If you are willing to experiment a little, you won't need any class.

Best of luck
 
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