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guide me for scjd

 
kiran sonawane
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hi i want information about SCJD , i did scjp 1.5,1.6 scwcd1.4 , oracle certification , i don't have working experience.please tell me about books also., how much tough is this certification?
 
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Welcome to JavaRanch. Start reading here: ScjdFaq and here: ScjdReadingMaterialFaq
 
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Howdy, Kiran!

There were also some similar discussions some time ago. Please take a look here, here and here. I think it might be helpful!
 
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Roberto, if you think some of those discussions are particularly helpful for someone about to start out with the exam, please feel free to add links to those to the FAQ. After all, you took the exam, and should know what did or did not help :-)
 
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Good idea! I think I'll do some filtering and add some of those things to the SCJD faq!
 
kiran sonawane
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hi all thank you for your reply.is it sufficient to use Andrew's book , and am i eligible for scjd exam because i dont know much about sockets, files, gui.i know scjp and scwcd topics .
 
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I considered SCJD assignment as a distributed, multi-threaded application developed using RMI or Sockets for server and Swing for client. The key topics to understand for SCJD:
* RMI or Sockets
* Java file I/O and synchronization
* Swing
* threading
* locking (some OS book should shed some light)
* OO design and 2-/3-tier architecture

If you haven't got the assignment, read about and code some file I/O, RMI and Sockets. Then threading and locking. And finally swing.

If you got the assignment do the same thing but using the assignment's code.
 
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