First i would like to thanx few people around me. Pravin Athia(My Project Manager),Chandrakant Shirole,Vijay Kanchan,Rajesh Patil,Hemant Patel,Bharat Patel for supporting me in all ways.
Here i would not like to mention the time b'se i have passed through different phase as i got babby boy(Happy moments) of my life.
Okay for preparation HFS&J is enough.But try to do all mock exam.I bought ethurware.Is has some bugs but its eye opener to me so can starts focusing on perticuar topics.I wend thru API once a while and with excercise u can come to know about all methods and use. Yes i got lots of Q on EL/TAG/BEAN STANDARD ACTION/Design Pattern. I think you have to read more about Design Pattern as HFS&J is enough but not makes you think on all different kind of situations.
As this is after 4year of SCJP i cleared SCWCD.But hope to do SCBCD ASAP.
If Sun allows me i would like to give all my extra marks to whoever they want.
Hi Sanjay. Congrats for clearing your SCWCD1.4 Exam and the baby who would be reminding you of your sweet childhood days. Pls. can you explain what is HFS&J ? I am quite new to JAVA. Would this book be enough for me to qualify the exam ? or would you like to suggest some more good books and references ?
Once again thanks and Congrats!!
SCJP1.4, SCWCD1.4, SCBCD5.0(working on...)
Joined: Mar 30, 2005
with regards, P.Ramu SCJP 1.4 SCWCD(preparing)
Joined: Nov 07, 2000
HFS&J mean Head First Servlet and JSP oreilly book for SCWCD1.4 by Kathey,Bert.
This book is really good but along with that you have to read specs and do practice for all example and mock exam question. Once you are ready try to read this once. http://java.boot.by/wcd-guide/
And last but not least do all mock exam quetsions and finally do the HFSJ mock exam.As im sorry to inform in this post that i got 55% in final mock exam and 85% in real exam. So best of luck for your study and download the PPT which i mentioned in this post created by DaleSeng is really helpful to me.
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C O N G R A T S.....
" Don't be afraid of pressure. Remember that pressure is what turns a lump of coal into a diamond... " <br /> <br />Thanks & Regards...<br />Sakthi<br />SCJP1.4, OCA