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needs road map for developer exam

 
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posted November 19, 2002 10:23 AM
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Thanks all,
This site really encourages Java lovers. Now I dont have questions like what's next. It sounds so cliche. I found ppl asking this question after any java exam (or may be any exam) and no one is very sure.
So I have decided to go for SCJD exam, as it covers a lot which interests me. Like socket programming etc.
But like SCJP, there is no concrete material available on the net to know the study path for this exam. At least I dont know about it. Can someone guide me what book should be refered and what should be the study approach??
Links are welcome.
Any suggesions..
Thanks,
Jmannu
 
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Have you read The Sun Certified Java Developer Exam with J2SE 1.4?
 
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Also check out this thread:
SCJD FAQ
Moving this to the Developer Certification Forum.
 
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