This book is for Java programmers who want to prepare for the SCWCD exam, which focuses on the Servlet and JavaServer Pages technologies. This book will also be very useful for beginners since we have explained the concepts using simple examples. The text will bring you up to speed even if you are totally new to these technologies. Even expert Servlet/JSP programmers should read the book to ensure that they do not overlook any exam objectives. However, since this book is a study guide, we do not try to cover advanced tricks and techniques for expert Servlet/JSP developers.
HANUMANT DESHMUKH is the president and founder of Enthuware.com Pvt. Ltd. He also manages www.jdiscuss.com, a free site designed for Java certification aspirants. He has been working in the information technology industry for over eight years, mainly consulting for projects with the Distributed Object Oriented System using J2EE technologies.
Hanumant also designs and develops the Java certification software for his company. The exam simulators from Enthuware.com, JQPlus (for SCJP) and JWeb-Plus (for SCWCD), are well known and respected in the Java community.
JIGNESH MALAVIA is a senior technical architect at SourceCode, Inc. in New York. For over eight years, he has been involved in the design and development of various types of systems, from language interpreters to business applications. Teaching is one of his passions, and he has taught courses on Java and web development, as well as C, C++, and Unix, at various locations, including the Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Science (NMIMS), Mumbai. He has been actively involved with Enthuware projects and currently provides online guidance to candidates preparing for Sun certification exams.
MATTHEW SCARPINO is a Sun Certified Web Component Developer and has developed a number of web sites for business. He has worked with Java for over six years, with particular emphasis on the Eclipse IDE. He has been recently involved in designing with Eclipse’s Rich Client Platform seeks to extend these applications across a network.
JACQUELYN CARTER is an editor and technical writer who also has many years’ experience providing information technology solutions for organizations in both the business and nonprofit worlds.