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how can I start to perpare the part1

 
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I am thinking of take the test of part1, where can I start . Thanks
 
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http://www.x-nt.com/index.html
The above site has objectives (requirement)and materials covered in the examine.
Best luck
Ruilin
 
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thx,Ruilin.
 
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http://www.certificationguru.com/javacertification.html http://www.stormpages.com/jnagal/concepts.html
The above links are also good..
Vidya
 
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Originally posted by Iyengar Srividya76:
http://www.certificationguru.com/javacertification.html http://www.stormpages.com/jnagal/concepts.html
The above links are also good..
Vidya


Thanks Vidya. I wonder why Sun doed not have objectives in their website. Like SCWCD and SCJP, they have objectives .Am I missing something.
 
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http://suned.sun.com/US/images/certification_archj2ee_07_01.pdf see this

Originally posted by Win Yu:
Thanks Vidya. I wonder why Sun doed not have objectives in their website. Like SCWCD and SCJP, they have objectives .Am I missing something.


 
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Which book is good for take the exam. Thanks
 
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There is no specific book which covers all the objectives.. you have to read many books...
Sridhar
 
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REad the follwoing books:
UML - 'http://www.togethersoft.com/files/services/umlonlinecourse/index.html' enough for the exam... but if u want read more
book by Martin Fowler is good
EJB - Mastering EJB -Roman freely downloadable from Serverside.com
Enterprise JavaBeans - Richard Monson-Haefel [this book read back to front]
Ejb Spec 1.1 chap 6,9,11,12
Design Patterns - erich Gamma
coopers book is downloadable.. I don't have the link right now...
will get it from certification site...

JMS- Orielly
Legacy, security, Architecture stuff - Java certification - Jaworski
Read Blue Prints - Nicholas Kassem... Freely downloadable from sun site.
Also johns notes from Javaranch site is good...
Just go to the previous messages posted in the forum... i will get all the queries solved...
Ofcourse u need a lot of extra reading in the sense... white papers....
Just remember its an architect exam not programmer.... keep this in mind and read as how would an architect deal with probs...

Hope this helps..
Best of luck...
Vidya

[This message has been edited by Iyengar Srividya76 (edited November 26, 2001).]
 
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Thanks, Iyengar. It seems like lots work to do. How long it take to pass the exam.
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