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Just cleared scjp with 88% .can any body help me.

 
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Hai Everybody,
I cleared my sun certified programmer for java2 platform with 88%.I would like to continue my preparations for Sun certified java Developer.Can anybody guide me that where and how can i start my preparation and informations regarding books and online trainings.I appreciate all kind of suggestions.Expecting ur response.
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vetri
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Just off the top of my head I would say you should purchase the assignment and just read the source and the requirements. I don't think its incredibly productive to read five or six books then attempt the assignment. As you start you may want to refer to some texts on Design Patterns (a few free ones are available online), Threads (specifically the Monitor concept as implemented in Java), RMI or Sockets (depeding on your choice), and Swing.
I started out in May reading specifications and white-papers till I couldn't take it any more. I would say some of the reading I did was useful, but I am glad I started the design and development at the same time. It was easier for me to take a working prototype, see what's wrong with it, and fix it to accommodate any new understanding or knowledge.
 
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Dear Sajid,
What do u mean when u say purchase the assignment?Could u be elaborative?
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Biswas Biswajit
 
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Bitwas,
you need to call up SUN, pay for about $250 (depending on the country you are in). Then SUN will give you the web address to download your assignment -- That is what is meant as purchasing the assignment -- I guess.
 
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That's right... You need to pay Sun $250 to get access to the site that contains your assignment. Basically, once you pay the fee, they'll give you a URL. You'll get a JAR file, with instructions and source code packed inside.
 
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can u elaborate more on the contents of the Jar File or an u send one sample jar file to me inorder to have an idea my mail id is sawantvikram@hotmail.com;
 
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