Jane Joseph wrote:
Yesterday I bought the book, " J2ME: the Complete Reference". While waiting for my vendor to order this book, could you tell me if the Complete Reference covers all the required Objectives for the exam.
Jane Joseph wrote:Want to add a comment regards "SCMAD Exam Guide" - It would have been great if you had also put in aone or two, full length Mock question papers along with the answers at the end of the book.
Since all exam simulators have become very expensive now
Thanks for your comments and suggestions so far and to Jane for pointing out an error. I have setup a companion site - http://www.scmadbook.com - for the book and have posted some relevant information about the exam (along with my notes) there. We hope to keep adding content to the site in future such as some mock questions tips & tricks, projects you can try to learn more about J2ME, along with errata on the book (Jane's comment has been posted already).
Do you have the source code for the listings in the book "SCMAD Exam Guide" somewhere? I have the book and would like to execute the examples given there, without typing it out. Could not locate it on the companion site for the book.
We will post this shortly in the companion website (within the next day or two).
Jane Joseph wrote:Hi Sathya,
I did not notice the code examples in the companion site yet. Has it been loaded and I'm missing it?
Please take a look at this link.
In the code listing for Chapter 4, you have missed the listing 4.7, for the main application - the AlarmMIDlet. Would appreciate if you can add it, as it is kind of big.
Jane Joseph wrote:
1.) In the code listing for Chapter 4, you have missed the listing 4.7, for the main application - the AlarmMIDlet. Would appreciate if you can add it, as it is kind of big.
I think it might be better if you use a new thread for some of your questions
Bert Bates wrote:Hi Guys,
Thanks for the encouragement! We'd really, really like to write an ME book! I just responded in another thread that my guess is the reason ME hasn't taken off is because the phone manufacturers can't seem to agree on any standards, so deploying an app across different phones is such a big pain!
What surprises me is that big companies don't pick a type of phone for their employees, and write apps for that specific phone?