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vinod sunny
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Hi guys
I am vinod new in java tech
so how to prepare fully on core java,jdbc,servlets,jsp............
can you give me any suggestions...........
Thanks...........
 
ronney singh
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Welcome to the World of Java,
You can start with Head First Java book and also read any complete reference book.

You must post these kind of topics in Beginning in Java forum.
 
Rob Spoor
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If you're new to Java, you shouldn't start working with more advanced topics like servlets, JSP and JDBC yet. First properly learn the basics, then continue building on that.
 
Jack Numen
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There are lots of books on Java and for self-preparation you can always refer to Head First Java which is fun to read with all the pictures and stuff.Practice a lot of basic examples concentrating mainly on OOPS concepts then move onto Exception ,Multithreding,Applets,JDBC etc.

After you are through with you fundamentals and feel that you write and read code in Java syntax understanding the structure of the Program then its time you move onto Servlets and JSPs .


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