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khalid Mughal for SCJP5.0

 
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hi all,

is Khalid Mughal good one for SCJP5.0 ? or K.Sierra

need some more information on Generic n Collections, Threads n Synchronisation.

Thanks in advance,
Prashant.
 
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I think understanding of concepts are more important
you should practice on each and every concept
Both books very nice its upto you how you understand particular concept
best way is doing some simple java coding that will teach you everything
you required on actual job.

javaranch is best to clear your doubts whenever required

Best Luck

Regards
Ninad

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SCJP 5.0 97%
 
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If you are a novice, the language of Khalid mughal may not be clear to you.
K&B literally burns the concepts in the head and i very simple to grasp.
Once you are finished with K&B, you can always move to Khalid to get more intrinsic details.
 
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