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hi,
iam preparing for sun certification exam and i've started just now...please guide me as what to cover, where to start and how to proceed.....and what books to use...
please give me the most efficient&fastest way..
thank you.
 
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I will move this to the Java Certification Study forum
 
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i found the foll books useful - i am appearing for JCP exam on the 5th Feb - lets see the result
1. JCR - Nuaghton & Schildt - excellent in explanations - theory
2. Java Certification Guide - robert and heller - excellent from the exam prep point of view - to the point
3. Mastering Java - Zukowski - more in depth
4. Sun tutorial - is the best - download from
Go to this site for the free download of Java tutorial bu Sun Microsystems
http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/information/FAQ.html#bios
Go to the following site for topics on which the JCP 2 is based ( in short the syllabus for the exam) - from the horse's
mouth
http://suned.sun.com/USA/certification/progobj.html
5. White paper published by Sun on Java written by Gosling - clears a lot of basic queries of Java as a language
6. JavaRanch discussions
 
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Hi Gayathri,
Also see theJavaRanch Certfication FAQ and Maha Anna's site.
Both contain information that will help you get started.
Good luck with your studies!
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Jane Griscti
Sun Certified Java 2 Programmer
"When ideas fail, words come in very handy" -- Goethe
 
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hi!
i am also preparing for JCP.
Apart from ROBERT & HELEER i think
the book on certification by
KHALID MUGHAL cannot be ignored.
a must read book, especially the exercise questions.
 
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