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My notes on certification

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I arranged my notes on certification preparation here
It's not completed yet but time after time I put new pages ...
Since i'm a java teacher in a local institute i build a forum(servlet based)for certification preparation for my students ..
People from java Ranch are welcome to participate......

[This message has been edited by Nasir Khan (edited April 01, 2001).]
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Hi Nasir,
keep it up.
i am more of a beginner in this field,if u could guide me to make such a forum by myself or any such other project u have in mind,please mail me at
if u don't have any objections ,please give me a brief sketch of ur forum,how to start building one ,what all software do i need and what are major steps taken?i want to learn things by working on such projects but i need help in that case.looking forward for ur reply
thank you
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