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Anonymous
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hi,
check out this site for architecture resources
here
Regds.
Rahul
[This message has been edited by rahul_mkar (edited July 23, 2000).]
[This message has been edited by rahul_mkar (edited July 23, 2000).]
 
zhewen
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Hai rahul,
nice to see you hier again, for the first i want to say thank you that i have passed SCJP on the 1st, Aug.
this page you recommended here is also great, this is just what i search. do you have read the book from Jaworski? i need a certificat book, i have read the some capitals from Monson-Haefel.
i don't have patient, i think with a certifcat book would be go quickly and Aaron Robinson who has passed the part I has said the book design patterns and contracts is also not good... what is your opinion,looking forward for your reply
regds
zhewen
 
Rahul Mahindrakar
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Hi zhewen
Congrats on Passing the SCJP. I am sorry that I do not understand most of what you say.
"do you have read the book from Jaworski? i need a certificat book, i have read the some capitals from Monson-Haefel.
i don't have patient,"
???
i think with a certifcat book would be go quickly and Aaron Robinson who has passed the part I has said the book design patterns and contracts is also not good... what is your opinion,looking forward for your reply
??
Could you please write clearly so that i can help you out if i can.
Regds.
Rahul
[This message has been edited by Rahul Mahindrakar (edited August 14, 2000).]
 
Aaron Robinson
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Rahul,
I assume from your name that you are not a native English speaker. You must know what it is like to be shot down when trying to speak English. I suggest you bear this in mind.
Although zhewen's English can improve what he is asking for is very clear.
"do you have read the book from Jaworski? i need a certificat book, i have read the some capitals from
Monson-Haefel.
i don't have patient,"
Have you read the Jaworski book?
I need a certification book.
I have tried reading some chapters from Monson but I don't have the patience.

i think with a certifcat book would be go quickly and Aaron Robinson who has passed the part I has said the book
design patterns and contracts is also not good... what is your opinion,looking forward for your reply
I think that it would be quicker to read a certification book
Aaron Robinson said the Design Patterns and Contracts book is not a good book
What is your opinion.
I await your reply.
Wasn't too hard was it?

Zhewen, you should get off your backside and work for the certificaion. That is the whole point of them, not that you just read certification based books. The Monson book is very good and so you should devote your time to reading this.
Sun have changed the format of the exam to prevet people like you from passing. It is too easy to pass a multiple choice test without any experience in the subject. With the assignment approach you will become completely unstuck so if your attitude is just to scrape a pass instead of learning the required material you should give up now.
As for the Dsign Patterns and contracts book, it is for Eiffell language and so for me is of no use. That doesn't mean it is not a good book. I'm just suprised Sun included it in their suggestd reading listfor a J2EE specific certification.
Aaron
 
Frank Carver
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My guess as to the inclusion of the contracts book is that someone within Sun is very big on contracts. Contract terminology is appearing more and more frequently in Sun documents and Javadoc.
I'm sure they would have recommended a Java Contracts book if there was one.
 
Eswar Kosaraju
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dear zhewen,
congrats on ur SCJP success. well, as far as architect resources r concerned, startin with EJB, its better u go to www.theserverside.com and download a copy of 'Mastering Java Beans' from Ed Roman. Surely, its a masterpiece and worth readin than the ones available in the market. but the down side of that is the hard copy is not available any where over here ( i live in Vizag, AP, India) and it costs around $40 in US.
other books on EJB u mightve come across include:
Enterprise Java Beans - Richard Monson Haefel
he maintains a good site at www.ejbnow.com
and one more site worth watchin on EJB is : www.ejbportal.com
happy hunting !!!
regards,
esh
 
SRINI VASAN
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Hai guys,
Some body said SCJA test part -2 , tests the developers ability to do programming.. i dont understand this.. If a guy is getting downloading the assignment & doing with the help of others .. how can his knowledge tested... This is what is happeneing in SCJD .. How can SCEJA part - 2 claim that it prevents the wrong guys getting certification..
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srini
 
John Wetherbie
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This is supposed to be handled by part 3 of the SCEA (part 2 of SCJD) which is a test where you answer questions about your project. If you don't understand the project well enough to answer the questions well this could be an indication that you didn't do the work.
I know of discussion groups out there where people share ideas on how to do various parts of the SCJD project but I think that most people want to do as much of the project themselves using help when they really need it.
There seems to be no major motivation to cheat, at least at this time.
John
 
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