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Good books to read???

 
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currently i am using the sybex java 2 certifiaction book, java in a nutshell, and thinking in java i was wondering what is the thoughts about these books and does anyone else recommend a book to use for studying
 
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You may be interested in the beginner and
certification category of books at:
http://www.enterprisedeveloper.com/ecommerce
Also, there is an excellent collection of the
best books available today on Agile Development.
 
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check out the JavaRanch BunkHouse -- it has lots of book reviews and recommendations.
 
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