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Book - "Head First Servlets and JSP" ?

 
Pieter Jacobs
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Hi guys,

Before I buy the "Head First Servlets and JSP" book, I would like to get your feeling regarding this book. Is the book more than sufficient to pass the exam, or will I have to buy another book too - to pass the SCWCD certification ?

Thanks,
Pieter
 
Sebastian Janisch
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I read the Head First book and the Sun Certified Web Component Developer Study Guide by David Bridgewater. This combination served me well.
 
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Please Use A Meaningful Subject Line for your topics...
 
Vishwanath Krishnamurthi
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To pass, this book is certainly enough. Just to be very sure of a good score, you can go for another book and glance through.
Or MZ's notes here
 
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Hi,

Yes, I think "Head First Servlets and JSP" is enough to pass SCWCD exam with good score. I have just cleared SCWCD with this book only.

 
Pieter Jacobs
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Hi guys,

Thank you very much for the replies and help!!

Enjoy the week,
Pieter
 
Damilola Okuboyejo
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hi
i am also preparing for my SCWCD after working with SCJP5 for 2 years.

I have gotten the HF Servlet & JSP

my Q is should i just zero my mind on this book alone?

thanks for your prompt response

Damilola
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Vishwanath Krishnamurthi
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Different authors have different ways of explaining. And it can get confusing if you follow more than one. So I'd recommend reading one book completely, and then taking up another, if interested.
 
singh pradeep
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HFSJ is a good book
 
Lucas Smith
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OK, but I have Head First Servlets & JSP v.1.4 of this book. What should I read more?
 
Christophe Verré
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I have Head First Servlets & JSP v.1.4 of this book. What should I read more?

You'll be fine with this book. Check the author's comment here.
 
Lucas Smith
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Thanks for that - I read it before, but I remember that I read a post on this forum that v.1.4 of the book is not enough. That JSTL and dynamic attributes should be add to read. I do not remember exactly the post.
 
Christophe Verré
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Sorry Lukas, I forgot about that. You'll find the tutorial on dynamic attributes here.
 
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