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Will Cattle Drive help me becoming an expert programmer

 
Vishal Hegde
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Will Cattle Drive help me becoming an expert JAVA programmer With respect to core java, JSP,SERVLETS, EJB???

What is the flow cycle Cattle Drive follows?
 
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Did you look at the list of assignments? Do they include JSP, Servlets, or EJBs?

and i would say that no single online course will make you an expert programmer, but EVERY class/program you write will HELP you.
 
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No you will not become an expert in JAVA PROGRAMMING by taking cattle drive. However, its a step to becoming one

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Vishal Hegde
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Thnks Fred, Gary for your prompt response only by reading java i thought its for EJB, JSP too
 
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Vishal, did you look at the link that Fred provided?

The Cattle Drive has four sections:
* an introductory level
* classes and objects
* servlets
* JDBC

The intent of the Cattle Drive is not to make you an expert programmer; it is to make you a better programmer.

One of the most important things that the Cattle Drive did for me was to help make me a programmer that other programmers are more likely to enjoy working with.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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