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Passed SCBCD

 
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Hello ranchers,

I'm very proud to announce I passed SCBCD (EJB 2.0)!!! Although it is not the newest one, it took me many time for preparing.

About the test: I think some topics were much more difficult than I expected. For example, EJB-QL questions were more complexes than the questions I studied from HFEJB and other mocks, like the ones at Javabeat (www.javabeat.net). There were many drag'n drop questions (about 6 or 7).

Material used:
- Head First Enterprise Java Beans (Kathy Sierra) - that "Interfaces Summary" at the end of the book is very useful. I think it is necessary to memorized it to be succesful in some questions.
- Mastering EJB: good source code
- www.javabeat.net
- www.jdiscuss.com
- www.javablackbelt.com :That study guide helped me a lot, the Exceptions Summary is very useful, too.

My rythm of study was more intense in the last month. As I don't use EJB's very much ( more stateless session beans), I had to study more about the other topics.

I hope EJB 3.0 be more easier to study and program.
[ April 03, 2008: Message edited by: Rogerio Kioshi ]
 
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Congratulations!!
 
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Congratulations!
 
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Congrats!!!

www.javabeat.com or www.javabeat.net? I think you have misspelled my domain name
[ April 02, 2008: Message edited by: Krishna Srinivasan ]
 
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Originally posted by Krishna Srinivasan:
Congrats!!!

www.javabeat.com or www.javabeat.net? I think you have misspelled my domain name

[ April 02, 2008: Message edited by: Krishna Srinivasan ]



Ops... that's right, I misspelled. Now it's fixed.

Great site you made!
 
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