I might point out that this forum is already an SCJP study group. We're all here to help each other.
"We're kind of on the level of crossword puzzle writers... And no one ever goes to them and gives them an award." ~Joe Strummer sscce.org
Joined: May 08, 2007
hi there i have also planned to give SCJP exam this year but realy have no clear idea about it,i am studying from books online,i think its good to be in this forum and prepare for this exam if anybody got suggestions for exam please let me know.So that i can also prepare with all.
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Hi, i too am planning for takin this exam . i have started studying from kathy & sierra book. count me in too.
Originally posted by Joe Wolfe: Well we could start a new thread each week or every few days and talk to each other. Stuff we are all interested in as where to find test info or which book or a schedule for covering topics etc ...
If someone bothers to start a topic I will join in.
Start it with something like May Starters Wk One.
No!! This idea has been proposed before and rejected.
Remember, topics in these forums should be reusable. There are lots of members who uses JavaRanch as a repository to search for answers. This means that the topic should be focused to a particular question, and should eventually get to the answer for that question. It should be relevant months, or even years from now.
It should not be a general topic that discuss a particular topic (like threads in general), a chapter of a book, or for a very specific set of people (like May starters wk one).