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Starting out with J2ME

 
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Hi All,

I am just about to start with J2ME ( )and i need some help with it.

What i need are the names of som of the good books to start with J2ME. The books should have enough content to make someone with only knowledge of Java, Servlets and JSP's to understand J2ME properly and also to understand what all things can be done with J2ME.

Moreover, after understanding J2ME i may desire to go for J2ME certification. So it will be greate, if someone can tell me the name of any good book for SCMAD (I am asking for this because understanding something is different than giving certification for it... )


Thanks in advance
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I've posted this befor, but here are the four books I've got on my bookshelf.

I haven't found the 'Killer Book' on J2ME, but these books together cover everything from beginner to advanced. It's alot of reading though!

Sam's J2ME in 21 Days

Core J2ME

Polishing Your J2ME Skills

Enterprise J2ME

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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