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hi
This is the first time for me to browse this forum. What I want to say is: it's excellent!!
I also want to take the SCEA, but I have no experience with J2EE(I pass SCJP last year). How can I start? I have some books or materials, but I don't know which one to choose. Could some friendly people help me?
I have these books :
J2EE Tutorial
J2EE Specification
BluePrients
Mastering EJB2
SL425
So, which one shall I read first? and then who next? or find some other books?
Thank you all of you
sean
 
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Please look at our naming policy at www.javaranch.com/name.jsp
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do you think this book is suitable for beginner?
thanks.
Or any other kind people could give me other advice?
 
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Hi Sean,
I would suggest start with the J2EE tutorial. That should give you a head start on the different components that fit in J2EE architecture. Once you get a high level perspective then you can narrow down on the different parts.
HIH,
Thanx
Anil
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Thanks Anil!!
I'll start it with "J2EE Tutorial" as you said.
 
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