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The complete material for SCMAD

 
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I am planning for SCMAD
and i do not know anything about the course

please provide me the complete information like books /softwares require for indepth understanding for scmad

will be helpful

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Krishna
 
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This may help get you started: http://faq.javaranch.com/java/ScmadLinks
 
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Thanks a lot
 
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You can find anything you need to know about the exam in our SCMAD Exam Guide. It is published by Tata McGraw Hill, the India wing of McGraw Hill Publications.
 
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I am glad to see that there is a reference book for this certification as having passed SCJP and SCJD I am interested in taking this certification next. I just wondered as I noted the book is published in the UK whether there is any update on it being published internationally? If not hopefully it should not be a big issue to import it from India. I am based in the UK. The reason for interest in the certification is that I am involved in a non profit mobile application development project. I have experimented with Java mobile development but have not had any need to write mobile Java applications commercially. I found the certifications I have taken so far have been good for expanding and rounding out my knowledge of given subjects. Truth be told I have know idea how much of a difference certification makes to employability and such as there seems to be quite a lot of debate on that issue but if nothing else I think the knowledge gained revising for the exams made a difference.

I think it is a shame that the JavaME-less iPhone is seemingly taking the mobile phone space by storm. Here in the UK 75% of smart phones are iPhones now. This saddens me as a JavaME developer as I still believe JavaME has much to offer. At least in terms of the project I am working on it is aimed at poorer individuals and those in developing countries where I believe JavaME is strong. Poorer people aren't really Apple's target audience so I hope JavaME stays strong in this space for some time.
 
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Best way to prepare is refer specification , java docs , and do some mock test , whizlabs mock test are best

Also some of the mock test are freely avaialbe in web.

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