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SCWCD book for experienced programmer

 
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Hi,

I have just cleared SCJP exam and planning to SCWCD next. I am having around 2 yrs experience in developing applications involving JSP & Servlets.

Can any one kindly suggest which book will best suite me to prepare for SCWCD exam?

From SCWCD links, I could find the below books ::
1. First Edition - Head First Servlets & JSP by Bryan Basham, Kathy Sierra, Bert Bates
2. Second Edition - Head First Servlets & JSP by Bryan Basham, Kathy Sierra, Bert Bates
3. Sun Certified Web Component Developer Study Companion (1st Edition) by Charles Lyons
4. Sun Certified Web Component Developer Study Guide by David Bridgewater
5. SCWCD Exam Guide with Java EE 5 by Kunal Jaggi.

Please suggest me best book which suits me(either from the above list or any other book)

Thanks,
Harish
 
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A lot of people used "Second Edition - Head First Servlets & JSP by Bryan Basham, Kathy Sierra, Bert Bates" but if you're already experienced, you might be more interested in "Sun Certified Web Component Developer Study Companion (1st Edition) by Charles Lyons". It's just a matter of taste.
 
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