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Ashik Uzzaman
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Hei ranchers,
I m a new cowhand in this forum and just passed SCJP. I want to know of some good reference books and sites to start learning JSP and Servlet and design my own site with them. Would u kindly mention some....
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Muhammad Ashikuzzaman (Fahim)
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--When you learn something, learn it by heart!
 
ernest fakudze
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I started by reading 'Java Server Pages And Servlets' by Mark Wutka of Wutka Consutling. It helped me a lto and I picked up some cool tips from it.
However, nowadays you do not need a book to learn anything. All the stuff you need is available from the net. You just have to search a bit more. I personally feel at home here at Javaranch and I don't have to go anywhere else for information because people here are so kind in offering their help!
 
Layton Welborn
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Java Servlet Programming by Jason Hunter is AWESOME. He covers all of the topics ( from theory to implementation ) that most other authors assume you know. You can get it from www.servlets.com
It's helped me tremendously.
Just my $.02,
Layton
 
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