Hi Dave - If RMI is a new subject to you, I think you should start with that subject before you consider a comprehensive guide to the Developers Exam. RMI is fun, once you get the hang of it, but can be a real nuisance if you miss a step in setup. If you nail down your practical mastery of RMI first, *then* tackle the Dev Exam as a whole, I'm sure you'll save time in the long run. I can of course recommend at least one book to prepare for the Dev Exam -- see the link below. I've also heard good things about Bill Brogden's Exam Cram, although admittedly I still haven't read it. That word "Cram" keeps me away. ------------------ Michael Ernest, co-author of: The Complete Java 2 Certification Study Guide
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posted 15 years ago
I have already purchased my Developer project. Did that today (August 22) actually. As well, I already have a copy of your book, The Complete Java 2 Certification Study guide which I purchased in prep for my Programmer certification. I'm looking for something I guess that deals primarily with RMI, so, know of any good verbal diarhea on that? (or any other topics of importance to the developer cert?)
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