Hi Guys, I am in Bangalore,India. Sun's study Guide is not available in book-stores over here.Ordering the book from Amazon goes out of my budget. Can any 1 from India sell me the book? Pls mail me on firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanx in Anticipation Sandeep.
Trust me, don't waste your time looking out for that book. The book doesn't cover any of the topics related to SCJEA in detail. It gives u a brief summary of the topics. It doesn't cover EJB at all(just 3-4 pages) which is supposed to be the most important topic for this exam. I would suggest you to look out for study material online, which is in abundance. For more information check out the links page for this exam. Cheers, Eshwar.
Thanx.But I am essentially looking for following topics : Concepts Common Architecture Legacy Connectivity The point is objectives for above are not clearly defined.I have tried everything but have not yet clearly understood what to study for "Commom Architecture". So I guess Sun's syudy guide may help in that sense. Pls check me out if I am wrong :roll: Sandeep
Hi Sandeep, I am based at Hyderabad in India. I am also searching for the "Study guide". But I couldn't find it in Hyderabad. I will let u know, if I come across some info regarding that. Regards RBabu
Sandeep, The book does not cover Concepts, Common Arch and Legacy connectivity in detail as well. It introduces the concepts initially, so you can go off to other sources to get more detail and I think before the exam it will act as a good refresher. I have actually found that Chris / John / Balaji's notes and the collection of PDF documents (don't know who prepared this) cover these areas in good detail. (These can be found in most certification sites, including javaranch and my own egroup) Another good resource is Jamie Javorski's Java certification book. That was written pre SCEA time (covers SCJA), and since SCJA covered these topics as well, there is detailed info on each section. So while it may be an added benefit to have the book, not having it is not too much a detriment.
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