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SCWCD preparing way

 
Dhana Shree
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Hi all,
I have completed my SCJP 5.0
Now thinking to preapre for SCWCD.
WAT R THE BEST WAYS TO PREPARE FRO IT

THANKS IN ADVANCE
 
Christophe Verré
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WAT R THE BEST WAYS TO PREPARE FRO IT

First of all, no need to shout

Prepare the same way you did for SCJP. Head First Servlets and JSP is the recommended book around.
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Carol Enderlin
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Other suggestions:

Browse the questions in this forum.

Take a look a the ScwcdFaq. The SCWCD forum listing page has links to ScwcdFaq, and ScwcdLinks.
 
Khaled Mahmoud
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Hello,

I advice that before starting in this exam,make sure you understand all
the concepts of the Web and HTTP.
This exam is mostly about the Servlet and JSP APIs and don't concentrate
on the concepts of the HTTP and Web.

I strongly recommend to read the wonderful book "HTTP The Definitive Guide"
by O'reilly.

If you have experiance in developing Web Applications, then go for "Head First Servlets and JSPs" for Bert Bates and Kathy Sierra


Good Luck
[ February 23, 2007: Message edited by: Khaled Mahmoud ]
 
Hunny Lee
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As most of he replies have pointed out, read HFSJ. It's a really good book especially for beginners.
You may find that this is not the book for you if you are experienced on servlets and JSPs though, like when you want a quick answer if you forgot something. For that purpose, you have the Servlets and the JSP Specs.
 
Niranjan Deshpande
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also, it would be nice if you read how i prepared !
just see my second signature, and click on it !
 
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