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Passed SCEA part 1!

 
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I'm going to a pub today



(Edited for books and tips)

- Did you use Core J2EE Patterns for SCEA (Part 1)?

No - in part one there are only design patterns from GOF book.
Please check 'Sun Cerfitied Enterprise Architect for J2EE, M.Cade and S.Roberts' - there is nice chapter with explanation of all required patterns.


- I think that this book is useful for SCEA (Part 2). Am i correct?

That I don't know. I don't have assigement yet - I will update thread afterwards. Nevertheless, this book provides not only uml, but descriptions and example implementations and I generally like authors style.


- Any tips for exam preparation for SCEA (Part 1)?

There is a lot of questions about CORBA itself - I was working with CORBA before, but still several questions suprised me.

I guess it all depends of questions you get - I had a lot of what-will-you-do-in-this-case? questions.
Sometimes, there is quite strange logic after an answer. Please study this document few times:
http://www.geocities.com/subra_73/SCEA_Practice_Questions.htm and hopefuly you get it.


And the last one:
- Hopefully one day I'll be qualified to take the EA certification exam as well.
Do it as soon as you can.
I believe it can be a booster for your career, but you will also learn much by preparation.
I did learn a lot and also the stuff I knew before had been persisted better
[ November 03, 2007: Message edited by: Leszek Sliwko ]
 
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Congratulations!

The other parts of the SCEA architect exam will fall right into place, I'm sure.



-Cameron McKenzie
 
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Congrats!

Just wondering have you taken all other certification or jump straight in architect?
 
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Thanks!

I've SCJP done some time ago, but I've worked with java for quite a time.
I think the hardest thing is done
 
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Congrats!
 
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Congrats
 
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Originally posted by Leszek Sliwko:
I'm going drinking today...



Congrats!!
Please share what book you have followed
 
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Books:
- Core J2EE Patterns, Best Practices and Design Strategies, D. Alur, J. Crupi and D. Malks <-- that's my best! Always near me at work
- Sun Cerfitied Enterprise Architect for J2EE, M.Cade and S.Roberts <-- I bought for learning to exam, quite useful
- there is also perfect document with question:
http://www.geocities.com/subra_73/SCEA_Practice_Questions.htm

Mosts of the knowledge I've taken from experience (4+ years live experience in designing and implementing J2EE and 2+ years in requirements gathering and system analysys)

Nevertheless, questions scared me at first
I think you have to have at least two or three projects designed and implemented before taking this certification.
 
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Very well done, Leszek! All the best with the remainder of the certification requirements. Hopefully one day I'll be qualified to take the EA certification exam as well.
 
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Sliwko,

Did you use Core J2EE Patterns for SCEA (Part 1)?

I think that this book is useful for SCEA (Part 2). Am i correct?

Any tips for exam preparation for SCEA (Part 1)?
[ November 02, 2007: Message edited by: Daniel Abella ]
 
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