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Getting Started with the SCWCD Preparation

 
swati sucharita
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Hi All,
I joined the group today itself. Cleared my SCJP exams recently with 80 %. Planning to go for the SCWCD exam. But I do not have any experience in JSP and Servlets. Had done some self study. I hope I will be able to cope up for the exam.
Swati
 
Chaminda Amarasinghe
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Good LUCk man

Move ahead...

Chami
SCJP 1.5
 
swati sucharita
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Hey Chami,
Thanx ...

Swati.
 
achayya matta
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hello swati,
I also have no experiance swati.I started preparation last month and going.no problem we can write the exam.for more details feel free to ask me at ashok.devaram@yahoo.com
 
swati sucharita
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HI ashok,
I will be purchasing the HeadFirst book tomorrow. Will start with the preparation then. Thanx for ur response.
warm regards,
Swati.
 
georgy jacob
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I completed SCWCD abt 3 months back. When i did my SCWCD even i did not have any experience in JSP n servlets.

So u can go ahead with prep. wish u all the best..
 
Vikram Kohli
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me too, just cleared SCJP 1.4 with 93%. can any one explain me how i should start preparing. and how much time it requires to prepare for SCWCD .and list of mock exams for SCWCD
 
swati sucharita
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Hey Georgy,

Thanx! Dat was really inspiring. I have started with my preparation, beginning with the Head First book. I am simply going through the details of the chapters now. Presently am in the 5th Chapter, " Attributes and Listeners". I am finding it a bit difficult. Am stuck at the context, request and session scope thing.trying to understand.I hope I will find u guys help who have already cleared the exam.

Thanks once again.
 
swati sucharita
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Hey Vikram,
congrats for ur score in SCJP. Wen I started off the preparation, I was like guided by the members to start with the Head First series. So I did the same. Jst go thru the previous mails of guys who have cleared the exam, if u havnt yet. They giv u an idea , regarding how to prepare for the exam.
warm regards,
Swati.
 
hyungi dibble
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Hi Swati. Good luck for the test. Noce job on SCJP.
Main thing is to ask question if you have a problem.
Just remember that the hard works do pay off if you
study hard on the test.
 
swati sucharita
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Hey Hyungi,
Thanx for those words. I really need them.
 
Deepti Padiyar
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Hi guys,

Have just passed my SCJP5 and am now preparing for SCWCD. Would like to get some help and give some while preparing... so are you all starting with HSFJ ? What other book are you referring to?
 
Salvador Cecilio
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I've also found understanding the SCWCD material a bit challenging.

Things that have helped me understand the SCWCD material was my 4 years of Microsoft ASP web development experience, company training in XML, and personal self-training in design patterns (Gang of Four & Martin Fowler).

Without this background I probably would have found the material extremely frustrating to comprehend. I'm hoping to take this test by July.
 
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