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Passed SCJP 1.4 with 83%

 
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Passed SCJP 1.4 with 83%, planning to learn EJB, howz it? Anybody studying for SCBCD? Please give suggestions...
Thanks to Kathy and Bert..
Is there a book for SCBCD from Kathy and Bert?
[ November 16, 2004: Message edited by: Preethi Tushar ]
 
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Congratulations !!! I guess Head First EJB is the book written by K&B. You can get more information in SCBCD forum
 
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Congratulation....

I think following books are good
Head First EJB is very good to understand the concept in best
- never ever found that kind of book earlier...
- nice Readable book
But praticing ejb i think Enterprice Java Beans, 4th Edition - by Richard Monson Hafel... (O'reilly book) is better because it has done more examples by using JBoss 4.0 application server.
 
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Congrats Preethi !!
 
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Congratulations
 
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Preethi-

Congrats on getting a nice score on a really hard exam, we're glad the book helped!

- Bert
 
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Congratulations, Preethi!!!

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Originally posted by Dilip Gamage:
Congratulation....

I think following books are good
Head First EJB is very good to understand the concept in best
- never ever found that kind of book earlier...
- nice Readable book
But praticing ejb i think Enterprice Java Beans, 4th Edition - by Richard Monson Hafel... (O'reilly book) is better because it has done more examples by using JBoss 4.0 application server.



Please, note that exam tests EJB 2.0, not EJB 2.1,
and "Enterprise JavaBeans" 3-rd edition describes EJB 2.0 (requires JBoss 3.2, not 4.0).

regards,
MZ
 
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