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I am currently studying college...

I used Head First Servlets and JSP to learn the concepts...

"Be the Container" has inspired and encouraged me to develop a program to simulate the Tomcat container... I am taking it as my college project.

I know it will be a whole huge software... but i have time, i will try to do whatever parts i can...

Any suggestions like where to start??...
 
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