=========================== MANNING PRESS RELEASE =========================== Manning Publications announces the release of: SCWCD Exam Study Kit: Java Web Component Developer Certification By Hanumant Deshmukh and Jignesh Malavia Greenwich, Connecticut, June 2002 -- With the tremendous penetration of J2EE in the enterprise, passing the Sun Certified Web Component Developer examhas become an important qualification for Java developers. To pass the SCWCD exam (Exam Number: 310-080) developers need to answer 60 questions in 90 minutes and get 61% of them right. SCWCD Exam Study Kit is the first book to be published for this exam. It teaches all the concepts, large and small, that must be mastered to pass it. In the last few years, there has been a trend toward increased use of computer-based training by those preparing for certification exams. Manning includes a CD with the book that contains three practice exams from the popular test simulator, JWebPlus, to help reinforce key concepts. Topics covered include: * exception handling * session management * security * custom tags * design patterns �filters * all exam objectives, carefully explained * 120 review questions * Quick Prep section for last minute cramming The Authors develop Java certification software for Enthuware.com and Manage JDiscuss.com, a site for Java certification aspirants. About Manning Publications Co. Manning Publications Co. is a respected, independent computer book Publisher with a reputation for reliable technical content and clear writing. Access to the authors is available at www.manning.com/deshmukh. This book will be available in retail stores in mid-July 2002. SCWCD Exam Study Kit: Java Web Component Developer Certification ISBN 1930110-596 By Hanumant Deshmukh and Jignesh Malavia Softbound with CD-ROM, 560 pages, $44.95 Publicity Contact: Helen Trimes firstname.lastname@example.org Manning Publications Co. ~ 209 Bruce Park Avenue ~ Greenwich, CT 06830
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