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I want to achieve the SCJD certification in the next few months and was wondering if you could refer some books and online material that would help me prepare for this cert. Also, how long this might take if I am able to spend say about 6-7 hrs every week? I have programming experience in java but not too much on the multithreading, RMI and socket programming side. Any help is apreciated.
[ November 06, 2007: Message edited by: Pankaj K Sharma ]
 
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hi Pankaj,

I read "SCJD Exam with J2SE 5" from Apress (2005).
Even though Java 6 has some new stuff, it's still a very helpfull book.

I did not have any real experience with Swing, multithreading and RMI/Sockets, I think it took me about 150 to 200 hours.
(I'm about to finish, I hope).

Herman
 
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thanks for your reply. Seems like this is the book to go for Good luck with your stuff
 
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