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Part 2 - books and resources

 
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What reading do you guys recommend in order to have a good score in Part 2 ?
Thanxs,
Roger
 
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I did, mate. But I hadn't enought.
Thanxs anyway.
 
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Alright, I'll bite. Even though I do answer this type of question at least once a week...
I would recommend the following (which you may or may not have from part 1):
Core J2EE Patterns: Best Practices and Design Strategies
Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans (2nd Edition)
UML Distilled
There are other books that could help but I would not consider them necessary.
If your purpose is to become to increase/refine your skills then I wholeheartedly recommend:
Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture
PEAA is probably the best book I have read on Software Architecture. However, it deals with many issues that are beyond the scope of the SCEA exam. I feel it is up there with the GoF book in terms of importance.
 
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