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I've just passed the exam today with 94%.
Now I am thinking about the furthur studying and reading
about Java. Like server page, EJB, XML and etc.
I thought that "Thinking in Java" must be good, but
I learned from the Internet, that it is suitable for beginners.
Can anybody who read this book tell me, is it suitable
for a SCJP?
Can anybody give me some suggestions about the good books?
Thank you.
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Depends on what you want to do next. If you want to get into servelts, O'Reily's book on Servelts is good. For JSP, I like Wrox's book on JSP.
Thinking in Java is more for people who are just coming to it with no experience, but if you just study for the exam with certification books, you can still get some out of it. For example I think they go over Swing which isn't on the exam.
By the way, good score
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