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Preparing for SCWCD as my first priority and at the same time taking some time off to glance or brush over reading HFEJB (read: for SCBCD)? sounds not that wise but just a thought....
I will tell you why i am asking this. There are lot of requirement for j2ee here. As i understand J2ee as a whole means being WCD and BCD together and you see why i am so eager to finish them off asap. This might sounds something not recommendable however just wanted to you know your thoughts on it.
Please let me know if i am missing something.
Thanks for your reply. [ May 06, 2007: Message edited by: Atul Savant ]
I think it depends on each one, because each person has its own ways of learning. In my case I like to study each things separately. But there are people who can study many things on the same time. If you feel confortable, and also think that in that way you'll learn better, go ahead.
SCEA 5 (part 1), SCBCD, SCWCD, SCJP, CLP, CLS
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Thanks for your input!
I was wondering if anyone prepared that way! I do not want to experiment at this age!