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Which Books Do You Recommend For The Upgrade To Java SE 7 Programmer Cert (1Z0-805)?

 
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Thanks in advance. The last time I worried about Java Certs was 15 years ago: Cleared SCPJ2 With 98%
 
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Sorry, wrong Forum :-) I noticed that the Bates and Sierra book is the answer. Thanks Jane B.
 
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Any book for OCP 7 exam will be fine. So K&B7 is currently probably the (only and) best choice!

I moved the topic to the appropriate forum. Hope that's okay with you!
 
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Thank you Roel.
 
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