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Hello guys,
Last week I passed the SCJP 1.4 with the help of JavaRanch SCJP forum. I am planning to take up the SCWCD now. I am new to this Java field. Please let me know how to start on this. What are the relevant books I have to purchase for preparation.
Again I am depending on Javaranch for SCWCD.
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Hi Ramki,
If your aim is just to pass SCWCD, just read the book "SCWCD Exam Study Kit." That's all you need (plus Servlet and JSP APIs) to get a good score.
Now if you want to pass the exam and be a good developer, add the book of Marty Hall (More Servlets and JSP) in your armory.
Happy Reading.
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Please follow the objective, get spec for jsp and sevlet, follow javaranch links, read posts here...
Scwcd is one of the least difficult exams out there.
 
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