SCWCD Exam Study Kit Second Edition
Java Web Component Developer Certification
Hanumant Deshmukh, Jignesh Malavia, and Matthew Scarpino
  • May 2005
  • ISBN 9781932394382
  • 560 pages

With the tremendous penetration of J2EE in the enterprise, passing the Sun Certified Web Component Developer exam has become an important qualification for Java and J2EE developers. To pass the SCWCD exam (Number: 310-081) you need to answer 69 questions in 135 minutes and get 62% of them right. You also need $150 and this (completely updated and newly revised) book.

In its first edition, the SCWCD Exam Study Kit was the most popular book used to pass this most desirable web development certification exam. The new edition will help you learn the concepts —large and small— that you need to know. It covers the newest version of the exam and not a single topic is missed.

The SCWCD exam is for Sun Certified Java Programmers who have a certain amount of experience with Servlets and JSPs, but for those who do not, the book starts with three introductory chapters on these topics. Although the SCWCD Exam Study Kit has one purpose, to help you get certified, you will find yourself returning to it as a reference after passing the exam.

About the book

In its first edition, the SCWCD Exam Study Kit was the most popular book used to pass this most desirable web development certification exam. The new edition will help you learn the concepts —large and small— that you need to know. It covers the newest version of the exam and not a single topic is missed.

Although the SCWCD Exam Study Kit has one purpose, to help you get certified, you will find yourself returning to it as a reference after passing the exam.

What's inside

  • Expression Language
  • JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL 1.1)
  • Custom tags - "Classic" and "Simple"
  • Session management
  • Security
  • Design patterns
  • Filters
  • Example code and the Tomcat servlet container
  • All exam objectives, carefully explained
  • Review questions and quizlets
  • Quick Prep section for last-minute cramming

About the reader

The SCWCD exam is for Sun Certified Java Programmers who have a certain amount of experience with Servlets and JSPs, but for those who do not, the book starts with three introductory chapters on these topics.

About the authors

Hanumant Deshmukh, Jignesh Malavia, and Matthew Scarpino, are Sun Certified Web Component Developers who have written a focused and practical book thanks to their extensive background in Java/J2EE design and development. They live, respectively, in Iselin, New Jersey, Ardsley, New York, and Austin, Texas.