Sunday, July 16, 2006

My Studies so far...

I have read the following books in order so far since Nov 2005 when i made a move from embedded systems programming to the J2EE world:

  • Head first servlets and JSP by Kathy Sierra & Bert Bates
  • Mastering EJB 3rd Edn. by Ed Roman et al
  • SCJP 5.0 Study Guide by Kathy Sierra & Bert Bates
  • JBoss at Work: A Practical Guide by Tom Marrs & Scott Davis
  • Struts: The complete reference by James Holmes (only first 10 chapts).
  • Oracle University: Introduction to SQL
  • J2EE Webservices by Richard Monson-Haefel
  • Designing Webservices with J2EE 1.4 by Inderjeet Singh et al
  • Head First EJB by Kathy Sierra & Bert Bates
  • SNMP, SNMPv2, SNMPv3 and RMON 1 and 2, 3rd Edition, by William Stallings.

My plans are to complete the following books by November 2006:

  • Head first design patterns (for sure - started 25 Oct)
  • J2EE Design and Development by Rob Jhonson (May be)
  • Network Management: Principles and Practice by Subramanian (read 2 chapts.)
  • Oracle University: Program with PL/SQL (Oracle 9i)

Together with the above mentioned readings i have some certifications taken and planned for:

  • SCJP 5.0 CX-310-055 : Passed with 90% on May 15 2006
  • SCDJWS 1.4 CX-310-220 : Passed with 88% on Aug 10 2006
  • SCBCD 1.3 CX-310-090 : Passed with 85% on Sept 30 2006
  • SCWCD 1.4 CX-310-081 : Passed with 82% on Sept 18 2006

And some trainings:

  • Oracle Workforce development program:Introduction to SQL: Completed in May 2006
  • Oracle Workforce development program: Program with PL/SQL: Completed in Aug 2006.

Thats all about it till Nov 2006.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hi can u pls send me Head first ejb pdf or chm.
i will be very thankful.
pls send it to this id
kanubu_bobby@yahoo.co.in OR
kanububobby@gmail.com

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