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OCE JSP & Servlets Larning Path and Removed Topics Question

 
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Hi,

I have spent hours today browsing this forums to create a learning path for the OCE JEE6 JSP & Servlets Developer exam (1Z0-894) and would like to ask you for any comments.

My Plan:
1. Head First Servlets and JSP
2. Servlet 3.0 Specification
3. Enthuware Mock Exam
4. Nullhouse Mock Exam

Is this correct ?

Now, a question on removed topics.

As far as i know custom tag development was removed from the objectives. Is this correct ? Can i skip the whole Chapter 10 in HFSJ book (100 pages) ?
Are there any other topics that were removed ?

Thank you in advance!

Martin.
 
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In my opinion, you'd better read the whole book, it don't waste too much time. I've just finished the book within three weeks, even English is not my native language. I am using testpass exam for practice, which guarantees 100% pass. If you just want to pass a exam, but not learn a real things, you don't need to read the book. Just memories whole questions and answer of the exam. But if you want to get career of web app development, you'd better to learn step by step. Thanks. Good luck!
 
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