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Doubt on projects

 
Shakti Palo
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Hey guys. I am new in this place. I just cleared my SCJP5.0 exam with 80%. Now I wanna appear SCJD. I dunno about the project to be submitted. Kindly help.

With Regards and Thanks to all
Shakti
sp.palo@gmail.com
 
Ed Tse
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Sun's website has all the steps on paying and obtaining the project.
 
tom smith
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As a non-programmer newbie, the biggest advice is to do ALL your design before you write a line of code.

All the CS/MIS I have taken courses I have taken over the past few years preach this, but it's hard to resist diving right in and writing code.

I think coding and the language are more fun. But the design work is crucial.

I have had to make some modifications after the fact that have been additional work. Of course, with no previous development experience, I was pretty much going in blind.
[ March 22, 2006: Message edited by: tom smith ]
 
Ed Tse
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My advice is to buy the scjd 1.4 or 1.5 book. Pretty much 70% of the solution is there already. Reading that does teach you a lot about the design.
 
Shakti Palo
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Thanks to you all for your suggestions. I will try to work out on that.

Shakti
 
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