Originally posted by George King:
Hi Sam and Dan,
Thanks for the wonderful book. The best part about it is the usefulness of it even after the exam. I really liked the Case study part; makes learning very easy and interesting.
I have gone through the first 5 chapters and didn't find any bug/mistake/typo. May be I am technically not that strong or may be you are too strong
Do you guys have a plan to write book for any other java certification exam?
Pat: The book has lot of questions at each chapter end and an cutdown version of Whiz from whizlbs with one full mock test,some quizzes and tips.
Originally posted by Javier A. Quintero:
Hi, I have another question: What is the procedure for giving the books? By number of post? By drawing?
Originally posted by Mu Ram:
How many sample questions/mocks are available with mock.
Is this book available in India
Originally posted by Sam Dalton:
The book is indeed avaliable in India, and there are about 10 questions per chapter (so >120) and a mock exam simulator from WhizLabs is also included.
Originally posted by Jody Saloman:
Thanks for the information, Sam. But it is a little vague to me. Does the book has full version of WhizLabs software? If yes, great, I am going to buy it! If not, how many questions are there? The other book by Manning that I am considering, has JWebPlus which has 3 full mock exams (180 questions). It also has about 10 questions per chapter and numerous short answer type questions which they call quizlets. Do you have anything like that in your book too?
Originally posted by Ram Bal:
I have always been a big fan of WROX publications.
Good to see that they have come out with a book on SCWCD .
Do you have any sample chapter where I can get a look .
Originally posted by Seid Myadiyev:
Dear Sam and Dan!
I would like to express my gratitude for a well-written exam guide!
I read a sample chapter from Wrox and I found it very well presented and explained!
Thank you very much!
Originally posted by Rick Silva:
Serious question: How do you feel about having a big picture of yourselves on the front cover of the book. Nothing personal, but I don't like that trend.
Originally posted by Garrett Smith:
Oh, I think I found it. I have to use two filter-mapping elements.
Is this right?
Originally posted by Julia Varigina:
I have looked through the sample chapter at Wrox site.
Presented material is explaned in detail and clearly. I think that the book must be useful for preparation for the SCWCD exam and would like to have it.
Originally posted by varun Khanna:
The discussion has fuelled me for the SCWD preperation, gonna start it from today ;-)