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Aakash Parashar
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Joined: Jul 25, 2005
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Hi Freinds,

I have recently joined this group and targetting SCJP 5.0 and SCWCD. I will appreciate ur suggestions. Right now I m studing Head first Java 5.0. Can u suggest any other book which is designed for Tiger Certifiacation ?

I want ot join this discussion forum...

Cheers and All the Best..

$@nj00


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Sherry Jacob
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Joined: Jun 29, 2005
Posts: 128
Originally posted by $@nj00:
Hi Freinds,

I have recently joined this group and targetting SCJP 5.0 and SCWCD. I will appreciate ur suggestions. Right now I m studing Head first Java 5.0. Can u suggest any other book which is designed for Tiger Certifiacation ?

I want ot join this discussion forum...

Cheers and All the Best..

$@nj00


Hi and Welcome to the group.
I think you'll shortly be getting a message from Barry asking you to specify your full real name instead of the whacky name you've specified.


<strong><br />Cheers !!<br /> <br />Sherry<br /></strong><br />[SCJP 1.4]
Barry Gaunt
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Welcome to JavaRanch. However, please read our JavaRanch Naming Policy and change your displayed name immediately. Profiles with non-conforming display names will be disabled from accesing JavaRanch.

We prefer your real name in the format <first name><space><family name>. You can change it via the "my Profile" link.
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-Barry

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