This week's book giveaway is in the OO, Patterns, UML and Refactoring forum. We're giving away four copies of Refactoring for Software Design Smells: Managing Technical Debt and have Girish Suryanarayana, Ganesh Samarthyam & Tushar Sharma on-line! See this thread for details.
Dear friends, I am very happy to share that i have also joined the group of SCWCDites with 94%. I am really satsfied with my performance. It has been a great help by you great ranchers at javaranch. Thanks a lot guys, i owe to it you all. Like most of the successful people i followed the following resources: JSP and Servlets Specs (unbeatable resource) O'rielly books (thanks to authors) Ken's Notes (thanks ken ) Miftahk notes (good job man) Java ranch mock exam (its still to grow, great efforst carl, keep it up: the links page is really one of its kind in its present form) SCWCD@Whiz (thanks to the whizteam, the accompanied Quiz is really innovative) The journey was not tough as it was for scjp but this exam needs one cram many things specially DD elements. But definitely it has boosted my confidence in my proffesional life. J2EE is the future and im into it will full swing now, although my job seems to be in danger now specially after Attack. I would be happy to assist anyone in whatever way i can. I will be greatful to help you guys. All your queries are welcome by heart. Thanks once again. George King Sun Certified Java2 Programmer Sun Certified Web Component Developer ------------------------------------------------ The game never ends. Its always the beginning.
I would like to know how much time you prepared to achieve SCWCD. I do not have any knowledge on Servlets and JSPs, how much time will it take for me to prepare for the exam? I am not currently working, so I can put full time effort on this. Thanks for any suggestions.
Joined: Jun 19, 2001
CONGRATULATIONS!!! Thats a very good score. (I forgot to mention this in my previous post)