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Architect exam is more than just Java . . .

 
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Hi,
I recently completed my SCJD and took a break of 2 months and am planning to seriously start study for the Architect certification now.
After glancing through the SCEA objectives, I think, Sun has done a good job by choosing to stop the Sun Certified Java Architect (SCJA) and starting the Sun Certified Enterprise Architect certification. A good chunk of the study material involves non Java material like Firewalls, UML, Internet security, networking protocols, design patterns and of course overall design methodologies and techniques.
In my opinion, any person aiming to be an IT manager or a project manager will find the SCEA invaluable.
I am currently preparing for SCEA part I. I have the following books.
1> Designing Enterprise applications with J2EE.
2> EJB - Monson Haefel
3> Mastering EJB - Ed Roman
4> Internet material on Security, protocols etc.
5> UML distilled - Martin Fowler.
Anybody who has passed part I, can you please post more resource material. Just for your information, soft copies (pdf) of (1) and (3) are available for free at http://www.javasoft.com/j2ee/download.html and http://www.theserverside.com
Best Regards,
Shashank
 
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All the J2EE related specs such as JMS, JSP, EJB can be found from the site: www.javasoft.com
 
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This is one of the good site i encountered regarding

JVM's,Patterns, Firewalls and TCP/IP...

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