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I am vikram. I am new to this forum ( shifted from SCJP)
first post.
I cleared the SCJP exam on feb end.
now I am thinking of SCWCD.
I have very l'l knowledge of Jsp and sevlet
and I am thinking of giving exam on jun end
can you please help me ?
as I gone through many posts and I come to know that
HFJS and whizlabs mocks is sufficient for the exam.
is this right ?
or I have to read some more books
Please help me

Thanks in advance
vikram
 
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Hi Vikram !!!

Welcome on SCWCD's forum.

Take a look to Scwcd5 Links, and Scwcd Faq.

HFSJ is more than sufficient to clear the exam IMHO.

Good luck !!!
 
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HFJS is more than sufficient... It would be ideal if you could also go through Mikalai Zaikin's notes... Some aspects not covered in the HFJS is covered in his notes...
 
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