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Srinivas Katta
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Hi All,

Did anybody cleared or planning to appear for SCWCD Exam? If so Can you please suggest me the approach or referral bboks

Thanks in advance

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Abimaran Kugathasan
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Check the SCWCD forum!
 
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Moving to the SCWCD Forum.

Check ScwcdLinks and ScwcdFaq...
 
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Yes, please check SCWCD links and faq!
HFSJ is a good book to start with. You can use Tomcat 5.5 or other app servers like JBoss, but Tomcat is easy to manage. Try not to depend on UI too much. If you use Eclipse or tool like that, make sure you create plain Class and not a Servlet, Filter or JSP directly. The reason is tools will create some code, helper class, do some imports, create web.xml etc which the exam expects you to have good knowledge of. Try to code all examples from the book, and answer all the questions at the end of each chapter.

Finally go for some mocks Good luck!!!
 
Abimaran Kugathasan
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Hey Rajeev Rnair, HFSJ is only enough? Thanks in Advanced!~
 
Rajeev Rnair
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Abimaran Kugathasan wrote:Hey Rajeev Rnair, HFSJ is only enough? Thanks in Advanced!~
Hello Abimaran, HFSJ pretty much covers everything.

In addition to that please go through the JSP/ Servlet/ JSTL specifications and API. (links in SCWCD links page).

For design patterns, please read Peabody design patterns (links in SCWCD links)

Frits Walerman notes and Mikalai Zaikin notes are good also

Finally try to do as much as mock exams. Enthuware is a very good tool. There are 8 mock exams and it is not very expensive and you can learn a lot
Coffee Cram final exam is good too. Marcus Green and some other mock exams are free. Please see all links in SCWCD links page

But basically you should read HFSJ cover to cover and try to do all the code samples in that.

Good luck man!!!
 
Abimaran Kugathasan
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Thanks Rajeev Rnair, I can remember, you told these thing in you SCWCD passed thread! Thanks a lot bro. Nice reply...... Thanks again!
 
Srinivas Katta
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Is HFSJ Book is available online?

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You mean you want to buy it online ?
 
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Srinivas Katta wrote:Is HFSJ Book is available online?

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Srinivas


You can find it here: http://www.amazon.com/Head-First-Servlets-JSP-Certified/dp/0596516681/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1280199862&sr=8-1

I live in Brazil and they sent to me.

I did the test just studing this book. It's a good one.
 
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