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Passed part-1 with 91%

 
Deepak Goindwani
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I just wanted to thank people on this forum, for putting together some invaluable information...
I am just going to repeat what's already out there.....

Following is the list of books that I used:
EJB related:
(1) Enterprise JavaBeans (3rd Edition) :=> Richard Monson (a 'very very' good book)
(2) Mastering EJB (1st Edition) :=> Ed Roman (didn't get chance to read the second edition)
Design Patterns:
(3) Design Patterns :=> Erich Gamma, et al
(4) Core J2EE Patterns :=> Deepak Alur, et al
Messaging:
(5) Java Message Service :=> Richard Monson
UML:
(6) UML Distilled :=> Martin Fowler
Security:
(7) Java 2 Network Security :=> Marco Pistoia, et al.
Papers or Additional Study Material:
(8) on Protocols (e.g. JRMP, IIOP, HTTPS, HTTP etc).
(9) on Legacy systems and EJB.
(10) on service level requirements (like scalability, performance, etc.. )
(11) on Microsoft DNA, COM+ and their comparison with J2EE and EJB..
You DO NOT need all the above books and study material to pass the exam, but if someone is preparing for the exam then the purpose should be complete understanding rather than just passing the exam!!!... my 2 cents :-)).
One additional note, there were quite a few (~20)senario type questions they were long...
 
Bhagawanlu Durvasula
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Hi Deepak
Congrats on achieving a great score. Thanks for your suggestions. I am planning for it on sept.
Regards
Durvasula
 
Brian Glodde
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Congrats great score! I hope to take Part I in Sept as well and have all the reading material. Good luck on your journey through Part II.
 
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