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HFSJ - What?

 
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OK I'm a greenhorn with a stupid greenhorn question :roll:

In this forum, when you folks mention the "HFSJ book", are you refering to the Head First Java book by Sierra and Bates, or some other book? Please clarify. Thanks much for your time.
 
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HFSJ usually refers to Head First Servlets & JSP, by Basham, Sierra & Bates. It is designed to prepare you for the SCWCD.

Head First actually has an entire java series that follow the same writing style as Head First Java. There is also a Head Rushseries that deals with non java specific material (I recently got one on Ajax).
[ February 20, 2007: Message edited by: Paul Bourdeaux ]
 
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