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hi friends,

I am intrested in doing scjp1.2 certification...would anyone please guide me how to start....I have a basic understanding of java...but didnt work on that much....would any one let me know the duration it will take to learn.....and how we need to work on from the beginning...

thanks
 
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Hi,
Just posted similar question here. ASked about this book: Complete Java 2 Certification Study Guide Did you look at it? Any impressions? I'm thinking to order it now but don't wanna waste money - need recommendations...
 
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