I just got two books from online book store. One is the Enterprise JavaBeans by Oreilly and the other one is the UML distilled. After going through chapter 1 of the EJB book halfway, I find the the contents are quite difficult to absorb. Terminology like TPs and ORBs are totally new to me. The UML book is a bit better because I have real working experience in using Rational Rose, and so I am familiar with all those diagrams discussed in the book. For my case, I think the process of earning the SCEA would take me tremendous amount of time comparing to the time spent on SCJP and SCJD that I have already earned. Does Sun really assume that SCEA candidates need to have real experience with the scope of topics for SCEA.
posted 15 years ago
Rudy, You don't need to be a software architect to pass the SCEA, though it probably helps somewhat. Don't worry too much about all the acronyms. When you are first learning something a lot of things will be new but within a short amount of time you'll know all the acronyms. This is a good opportunity to learn and you'll actually end up knowing more than some "experts" because you really had to dig into it. Good luck! John
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