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Hello All
I passed SCJP5 with 91% last week.I dont have any programming experience in java till now.I read K&B, worked out many examples and passed the exam.SCWCD seems to be the next logical step.Will it be like SCJP or do you think programming experience is a must?I have some knowledge on JSP and servlets from a course I took from a private institution.I want to take this exam so that my resume will look impressive when I start looking for jobs.Do you think I can attempt this exam or do I need to wait till I get some programming experience?If yes,how do I start preparing?Do we have any book like K&B?What other books do I need to buy?
Too many Questions ....I know...but any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance
 
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I think you will be fine going for SCWCD. To get answers to your questions and more read the following url

http://faq.javaranch.com/view?ScwcdFaq
[ August 10, 2007: Message edited by: Promod Mahajan ]
 
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