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Jaya Nettem

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Please go ahead and move it.
Thanks,
Jaya
Hi,

I am trying to integrate Eclipse with Tomcat using Sysdeo.
With different versions of each of these softwares,
I am unsure which set (versions) works well. Could somebody advise please.

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Jaya
[ August 30, 2006: Message edited by: Jaya Nettem ]
Thanks for the suggestion.

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Jaya
15 years ago
If you have an opportunity to attend "The Art of Living - Basic Course", do so. It is very effective.
15 years ago
I am looking for a book on Object modeling with UML.
I have no prior OOD experience. Can somebody recommend a book
that helps to transforms requirements to design ?

Thanks in advance,

Jaya
15 years ago
Born and Brought up - Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh, India
Working - Chicago, IL, USA
15 years ago
Hi,

My nephew, who is 12 years old, is very interested in learning a programming language and wants to develop games (most of the kids are fascinated by electronic games). Can somebody suggest a language that he can learn and write small programs/games. Java could be one of them.
If so, what is the best book to start with ? Any information is appreciated.

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Jaya
15 years ago
That is a great book for SCWCD exam.
How much time does it take ?... That depends on how much time you can
spend on exam preparation and how much knowledge you already have in Servlets and JSPs. If you can spend all day on exam preperation, then less than a month. Of course there are several ranchers who have done it in a week ...
I bought them (6 months ago).
The tests can be downloaded.
You can find detailed information on JWebPlus site.
You can download trial version (it is advisable to do it) for free
even before you buy the tests.
This book prepares you for the latest SCWCD exam.
This book is excellent. You may want to supplement it
with Specs (spec. page numbers are mentioned in the book).
JWebplus's mock exams are good.
Peer,

Thank you very much for your detailed reply.

Jaya
Hi,

I am preparing for SCBCD and following HFEJB. From the posts on this site I gather that one must read EJB 2.0 spec, which is about 500 pages. After reading HFEJB, most of the Specs will be repitition but it certainly provides additional information (which is very useful). Is there an alternative to reading Specs (like somebody's notes which has the same effect as reading Specs ... but not as long as Specs). Any help is appreciated.

Thanks,
Jaya
When I first read HFSJ, I certainly did not think it was a marketing gimmick.
First thought that came to my mind was ... how much effort must have gone into
writing a book like this .. these people must really love teaching ... they
must really want the readers to understand what they are reading ...
It certainly is not a book suitable for memorizing ... there is a lot
of effort put into making the reader understand

As far as those serious readers are concerned ...
J2EE is not science ... it is technology ... SUN's specifications are available for every new technology they come up with. You don't need books
to make you understand specs. You can read the spec, understand and experiment with experience you already have.
HFSJ (Head First Servlets and JSP) .... the best you can find
15 years ago