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Is RHE enough to start SCJD?

 
Stephen Batsas
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Hi all,
Can anyone tell me if the RHE I have is enough to get started on the SCJD?

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Stephen Batsas
Sun Certified Programmer For Java[tm]2
 
Enrico Mannarino
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Hi Stephen,
I don't think that the RHE book is necessary for the assignment.
What you need to know or to learn is Swing, RMI (if you choose that) and some patterns or design knowledge. Use the Sun Java tutorial for Swing and RMI and look at Javaranch for patterns or design issues.
It’s better to by a book on Swing, RMI or Design patterns that to by the RHE book.
Hope it helps!
/Enrico
 
.sanjeev.
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hi!,
i will suggest, pay the fee and
1. download the assignment.
2. Go through the threads, rmi, swings, design pattern (not mandatory but gives you a chance to learn programming tech.)
3. Discuss the problems and share the views with forum
Is the best way.
If you have some spare time then only go through the book(RHE).
Best of luck,
Sanjeev.
 
Mark Spritzler
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Sanjeev is right. I actually started my assignment with buying RHE. It's a fine book, and well written, but for me it only shed a light into what I should look at.
It's tough to write a book on this assignment because you can't give away the answers, but you still need to be on topic. I think they did a great job at that. But here you get more info.
Mark
 
Dan Lastoria
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Here's a stupid question...what's RHE?
 
Enrico Mannarino
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That's not a stupid question!
And the answers is: Simon Roberts, Phillip Heller, Michael Ernest book called: "Java 2 certification study guide"!
/Enrico
 
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