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prashant modak
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Please somebody suggest me the good book for advanced part of java for beginners........


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J. Kevin Robbins
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http://www.javaranch.com/bunkhouse/books.jsp


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Lalit Mehra
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Try Head First JSP and Servlets ... will help you for sure


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prashant modak
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Joined: Nov 05, 2011
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Thank You all for your valuable suggestions...........
Karthik Ponnusamy
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Joined: Jan 05, 2010
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Hi,

I would like to say one thing through this thread.

I am working in S/W as a senior software engineer. my perceptive is to learn java, by practical coding, debugging and review methodologies will boost you more in java from basics.

so better create a requirement of your own, like creating a sample java application like well known website www.irctc.co.in by using core java, jsp, servlet alone.

then develop the same application using struts and so on...

please let me know if any one have suggestions.

regards,
karthik.
 
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