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Hello, this question might be directed towards the authors or anyone else....
I am a junior programmer, having worked with JSP, Servlets, XSLT, and Websphere for almost a year now. I am SCJP certified and almost SCWCD certified.
Outside of this new book, what other preparation methods/materials do you recommend for the SCEA certification?
I am interested in this certification and would like to solicit feedback about how to go about preparing for it.
Thanks.
 
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There is a yahoo group by "SCEA_J2EE". You can start from there/
 
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Ok, how about I rephrase my question.
How many years of (Java or IT or otherwise) experience does the average SCEA apirant have?
More specifically, what are the main/average backgrounds of the people that pass the SCEA?
I'm just trying to take a very general sampling of the people that take and pass the SCEA.
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