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What else to study besides Head first for 1Z0-899 ?

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Hi all,

I'm preparing for OCEJWCD. I'm using Head first SJ 2nd edition. What else to study for it? In spec which chapters should be studied? I'm already working as java developer so i'm aware of the concepts and it is not that tough. I want to go for the exam asap because i want to switch my job.

I already bought the enthuware mocks. Is head first and chapters from spec for newly added syllabus good enough?

Hope to hear from you guys soon.
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I bought the OCEJWCD Study Companion by Charles Lyons. This seems to be the only book that's current on the 1Z0-899 exam. I don't think HFSJ is up to date enough for this exam. It was designed for the SCWCD exam and does not cover things like annotations and asynchronous request processing. I don't have the Enthuware module for this test yet, but I will definitely get it because I have the module for SCWCD and I'm very pleased with it.
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