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How to go about preparing for SCEA Part II

 
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Hi !!
I am preparing for SCEA Part II. Can anyone please explain how to go about preparation. I mean what are the books/concepts that should be consulted & understood and in what sequence ??

I have chosen the sequence --> J2EE Tutorial --> EJB Design Patterns --> Core J2EE Patterns --> Petstore and Adventure Builder application architecture --> UML & OOAD --> TogetherJ --> SCEA Assignment
what other have to say about this sequence ??
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ashish sarin
SCJP2,SCJD2,SCWCD,SCEA(Part I),IBM Certified Developer - XML & related technologies
 
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There's not a right answer to your question, but I find a good way to read:
1. A good UML book
( and work a bit in your project :-)
2. A good J2EE book to understand what J2EE is
( and work a bit in your project :-)
3. Blueprints team's book
( and work a bit in your project :-)
4. Core J2EE Patterns
( and work a bit in your project :-)
5. EJB Design Patterns
( and work a bit in your project :-)
After that, just upload your design with your assumptions list!
 
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