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What book to prepare the SCWCD??

 
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Hello everybody,
I've passed my SCJP and now I wanna pass SCWCD, I found two books: head first servelet and jsp. I trust it because it's written by katty sierra and bert bates.
The second is SCWCD EXAM STUDY KIT SECOND EDITION. and it's just a 550 pages. Can anyone advertise me which to choose.

Thank you very much.
 
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you didnt mention which version of web component you want to go ?
head first jsp and servlet 2nd edition is for scwcd 5. the recent version of exam is ocejwcd 6(1z0-899). as of now there is only single book that targets it which is by Charles lyons(check on amazon, the book name is ocewcd study companion). also check scwcd link given at http://faq.javaranch.com/java/ScwcdLinks. you will get tonnes of help from here and how the people have passed ocewcd 6 exam using hfsj 2nd edition(head first servlet and jsp) and covering extra topics from here and there. i recommend check hall of fame links.
 
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you are right about the first book..
it explains stuff in pictorial fashion
in this way you can understand stuffs
easily and it will remain in your mind
till you give your exam..
 
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