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Best Way to memorize all this !

 
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It seems like this SCWCD exam is an exercise in memorization. I'd like to hear how others are putting all this together in their brain, yes I have the head first book...
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Take notes, make samples. At the SCWCD Links, you'll find rancher notes, a web.xml sample and some PPTs which may help you.
 
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is there a 3rd edition out for hanumanth deshmukh book.
As far as i know, there are only 2nd edition available in market.
 
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There's no third edition, and apparently none in the list of upcoming titles.
 
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Hi Larry,

I just read the HSFJ. I then took my sharpie, wrote some notes & samples per chapter on a big post-it and then posted it on my wall.

That way, every time I wake up, I get to notice one of the post-its and try to remember it by heart.

Worked out pretty well for me.

Good luck!
 
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Whats a sharpie?

My advice is to write lots of small programs that cover each of the points you are trying to understand. For example as part of my tutorial I created a filter that could be used to filter specified words from a page. It was quite a tricky thing to write but it taught me a huge amount about filters.
 
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think sharpie's a marker
 
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I still dont know what a sharpie is? Marker as in a pen marker?
 
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hehe, yep.
 
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