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Need help starting out on OCPJWCD

 
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I cleared OCPJP 6 with 80% marks. Now i want to do OCPJWCD. I got the head first servlets and jsp book , but i find the style too casual as compared to the SCJP guide i used . Should i start with the head first book or should i learn the basics of servlets and jsp and then pick up this book. I am absolutely new to J2EE.
 
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The Head First Servlet & JSP book is a good start. Do you know which version of exam you want to take? The HF book is more towards v5. Do check out the OCPWCD links page.
 
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K. Tsang wrote:The Head First Servlet & JSP book is a good start. Do you know which version of exam you want to take? The HF book is more towards v5. Do check out the OCPWCD links page.



I want to take OCPJWCD not OCEJWCD.
 
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then the HF book should be good for you. As you go along/study, make sample web apps to get hands on.

good luck
 
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