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SCJD assignment preparation path

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Hello every dear rancher,
I've downloaded the assignment few weeks ago.
Because I always work in web applications developing, so I'm not very fimiliar with the topics SCJD included.
I decide to attend the SCJD certificate, and really want to improve the other Java skills thru doing the SCJD assignment. The main topics in SCJD are: IO, Multithread, Networking, Swing...etc..
My question is what the proper preparation path should I do?
1. Read the assignment requests in details
2. Study IO relatives issues to process the db file
3. ...
I'm confused for few days...

Any advice is highly appreciated, thanx a lot!
[ October 12, 2005: Message edited by: Dawn T.Y.Lee ]
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When i started my assignment several months ago i felt so.
Understanding well your specs is of course "a must".
I begun with the data layer. The provided interface gives you a good starting point.
i recommend you give face to network issues at the end, when your stand alone version it's working fine and you are familiarized with the assignment.
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