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1) To pass this exam, what shold be the level that one should have in related subjects?
2) How your book helps to reach that lever?
3) What are the required topics needed to this exam and is your book covers all of those?
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Srini.
 
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Hi,
Have a look at:
http://suned.sun.com/US/certification/java/exam_objectives.html
for the SCWCD exam objectives.
Greetings,
TK
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Has anyone had a chance to take a look at the new SCWCD certification book by Sybex??
i used the programmer's one to complete the SCJP2, and have already read Java Servlet Programming, by Jason Hunter and William Crawford.
thanks for any and all input
Tim
 
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Will you recommand more book other than this one? If so, could you pleaes give some of the titles? Thanks.
 
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I've recently bought the Sybex book and it seems good so far. It has a useful introduction to J2EE architecture, HTML and HTTP.
It's a lot easier than extracting the SCWD requirements from a non-SCWD dedicated book (although this is also useful in that you pick up information that is not necessarily covered by the exam objectives).
On balance I would say it is useful in directing study and certainly worth buying.
Bob
 
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Is this the "Java 2 Web Developer Certification Study Guide with CD-ROM" by Levi and Heller? If somebody has read it could he/she post a review?
 
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The Sybex book is the one by Levi and Heller.
 
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Thanks Bob,
i was wondering whether it was worth getting. I am in the process of studying for the exam ( actually reading some of the topics. )
I have read Servlet Programming. Started JSP...
so i was wondering whether it was beneficial to get the Certification Book or not.
Tim
 
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