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Beginner in J2ME needs your guidance (Can any body help?)

 
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Hi

Now I'm planning to get started with my study of J2ME and need your valuable guidance.

I did some projects in J2SE before, but all of them were not very large projects and got SCJP1.4 three years ago.
In these years I've been changing the programming languages per my projects( mainly script language, like python, perl, etc). Now I've been aware of my lose in Java. There have been a big update in Java development and I want myself back into it. So i will read the updates since Java 1.4 and got what i have lost.
Also i am preparing to study the Java technology in wireless and embedded system. But it's difficult to find a way by myself to get it started.

1) Could any body give some suggestions or advice on how to learn it well?
2) Any valuable books required to read for better studying?
3) Is there a Certificate for the J2ME technology? I asked this question because i study it due to my personal interest, there will no real projects for it, only my practise. So I need this sort kind of exams to prove my achievements.

Thanks everybody for your valuable comments!
[ June 26, 2007: Message edited by: Michael Yang ]
 
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Anybody here?



Where am I?
 
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I like the book "Beginning J2ME From Novice to Professional"

Cheers
 
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If you have a j2se bast.
It's easy to learn j2me.
There are just a little thing should learn:
life circyle,profile,configure.
I think there are many j2me book.
And you can get enough document from sun.
[ July 01, 2007: Message edited by: Dawei Li ]
 
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