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Sun Certified Developer.
The most current is "The Sun Certified Developer for the Java[tm] 2 Platform" found on http://suned.sun.com/usa/cert_test.html
Where is the best place to start to prepare?
(Yes, I am a SCJP for Java 2)

[This message has been edited by Michael Finney (edited August 17, 1999).]
 
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Are you really going to do it?
It sounds mighty grueling and it seems that not many people are concerned about it.
So the bang for the buck seems low.
 
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I think you should go for it! You'll be one notch higher when the moment of truth arrives.
Best of Luck!
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However, I must see the starting point of preparation. It'll be awhile before I actually 'start' on the assignment part.
What's the best starting point? For SCJP I would of said R & H's book. For SCJD, I don't know.
 
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Mailing lists? Know of any SCJD mailing lists? Anything?
 
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www.onelist.com has a mailing list called scjd@onelist.com.
go to their home and page and give a search for "scjd". The result will provide you with a link to the registration.
 
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Thank you. There is a lot of legal stuff to read at http://www.onelist.com/info/tos.html !
 
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Originally posted by Michael Finney:
Sun Certified Developer.
The most current is "The Sun Certified Developer for the Java[tm] 2 Platform" found on http://suned.sun.com/usa/cert_test.html
Where is the best place to start to prepare?
(Yes, I am a SCJP for Java 2)

[This message has been edited by Michael Finney (edited August 17, 1999).]


Hi I have been trying to reach the website but am not able to. Any help?
 
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Try this :
http://suned.sun.com/USA/certification/devobj.html
It should work!
 
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