Thank you Kathy and Bert for the excellent book, infect an awesome book.I did not give much mocks, and also was in rush to get it done, so finally yeah.
Time duration is enough. infect if you have made some Clicking points(like what to look for), then you could finish it up in like 40 min. I had very easy Collection problems and Garbage Collection as in particular. I was lacking in Threads (very typical ones) and in Flow Control.
- all in all..just done.. so can i cheer now??
Joined: Sep 15, 2006
Hello Ranchers !!
wanna move forward to JSP and Servelets..can anybody please suggest me the book for beginners.
i hope there's something like Head First.. ( is it something ?? ) really ?? - thanks
Joined: Feb 04, 2007
Congratulations Chintan! There is a Head First book for Servlets and JSP and the title of the book is "Head First Servlets and JSP". The authors are Bryan Basham, Kathy Sierra & Bert Bates.
Thank you all for your hearty wishes, and suggestion for JSP Servlet. Thank you all Ranchers for being so helpful and for all great astuteness / would like to hang onto this community for further help and support.
and for all SCJP aspirant, Make a set of such invokers like FINAL STATIC ABSTRACT.. if it comes all the chain of pros and cons should pop-up, that way helps a lot believe me. so make your own notes and keep on posting if something seems doubtful , for access control and basic fundamental questions use IDE like Eclipse which is pretty handy and cool to write and see Compile-time error or Run Time error. Exam will mostly test you on this..and i found it difficult at the time of exam. so add this one too, Collection problems in exam are very easy, so just be a little fussy that's all. finally, get good night sleep before you go, which is very important, at least 7 hrs (assert(int sleep > 6Hrs): "Awesome".
- Thank you once again, - Regards and good luck for SCJP - Chintan Ramavat - SAME -(Sorry About My English)
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It's impressive to rush thru preparations and still pass!
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