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Joseph Edward
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Hi,

I�m thinking in buy the Beginning J2ME: From Novice to Professional book but I found another book from Jonathan Knudsen: Wireless Java: Developing with J2ME, Second Edition (Books for Professionals By Professionals)
Can anyone tell me if this second one is better for scmad study?

Thanks in advance.
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Theodore Casser
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Personally, I'd recommend the former more than the latter at the moment. (I own both.) The former is actually the next edition of the latter.
 
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Hi Theodore,
thank you for you reply, I'll by the former

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Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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Here are the four books I've got on my bookshelf.

I haven't found the 'Killer Book' on J2ME, but these books together cover everything from beginner to advanced. It's alot of reading though!

Sam's J2ME in 21 Days

Core J2ME

Polishing Your J2ME Skills

Enterprise J2ME

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Eduardo Marques
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This issue has also been discussed in this thread.

Regards
 
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