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Hi Friends,

i have successfully completed my scjp 1.5 exam and now i have planned to do scwcd 1.5, can any one help me out giving details of this and how to prepare for it. thank you...
 
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Congrats !

Check out the SCWCD forum for more details. I would suggest the Head first servlets and jsp book. Good luck
 
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We have a separate forum for SCWCD. I am moving this topic over there.
 
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1) Read HFSJ (Head First Servlet and JSP)
2) Read Charles Lyons
3) Read specs for consultation
4) Prepare from Jwebplus 5.0 mock exam
5) Read Peabody notes on Design Pattern

Thanks and Regards
Joy
 
Balaji Ravi
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Originally posted by Joy Mukherjee:
1) Read HFSJ (Head First Servlet and JSP)
2) Read Charles Lyons
3) Read specs for consultation
4) Prepare from Jwebplus 5.0 mock exam
5) Read Peabody notes on Design Pattern

Thanks and Regards
Joy




Hi.. Thank you for your posts,
i cant understand wat you had given in 5th point that is
peabody on Design Patterns
 
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They are the notes from Mark Peabody on Desgn Patterns. Read them in order to score 100% on questions from Design Patterns. You can find them in the FAQ page for SCWCD.
 
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