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shabbir zakir
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hi guys!
As already posted in my other postings that i am an scjp . I want to learn advanced java. Is it possible for to learn advanced java through books or I should join some computer institute course for that.please help me.
 
Desai Sandeep
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Shabbir,
I would suggest, you do some homework yourself, before joing any institute.You are already at the right forum to lern JSP and Servlets.If you have any query,most people in this discussion forum would help you out.
As regards reading resources, the Sun Java Site is an excellent resource.Apart from that, you may consider buying one book to start with on every topic and then look to broaden your knowledge going through the other books.
This is the list of books for your reference :

  1. JSP and Servlets

    • Instant Java Server Pages, Phil Hanna
    • Instant Java Servlets, Phil Hanna
    • Pure JSP, James Goodwill
    • Java Servlet Programming,Jason Hunter
    • Enterprise JavaBeans

      • Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans, Ed Roman
      • JDBC,JNDI,JMS,etc

        • Refer to online resources like Java Sun Site


        • Hope this helps.
          Regards,
          Sandeep Desai
          vgdesai@bom3.vsnl.net.in

          1. Sun Certified Java Programmer Scored 93 per cent
          2. Oracle JDeveloper Rel. 3.0 - Develop Database Applications with Java Scored 56 out of 59
          3. IBM Enterprise Connectivity with J2EE Scored 72 per cent
          4. Enterprise Development on the Oracle Internet Platform Scored 44 out of 56

          5. [This message has been edited by Desai Sandeep (edited April 27, 2001).]
 
David Freels
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Of course, reading a book is nice but nothing replaces experience. Anytime I learn a new API, I try to write a program using the API and maybe discover any gotchas along the way.
David
Sun Certified Programmer for the Java2 Platform
 
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