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can anybody recommend a book for SCEA

 
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Hi ranchers,
I am here to pursue the scea, I just wondering which book is better one I can used for my studying.

thanks

 
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please see my posting on this thread https://coderanch.com/t/152630/java-Architect-SCEA/certification/Passed-Part

Hope that helps !!
 
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oneal,

You can visit ,I wish it is what you expected.Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for J2EE Technology Study Guide
 
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So far I have been very unimpressed by Cade & Roberts' book. The coverage of topics is too lightweight to be sufficient for exam study, and if you just need a guide to what you need to know Sun's own SCEA Part I exam objectives are fine. Also, it misses out whole sections of the objectives (e.g. Messaging) and that's very poor for what is supposed to be a guide to the exam.

Maybe it is better for part 2? I hope so...
[ August 26, 2004: Message edited by: Ben Ritchie ]
 
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I've found Cade's book has a very useful case study. I lot of successful candidates have based part II diagrams on this.

In short, its worth buying just for the case study.

Ray
 
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I agree with the other posters. The book is very useful for an idea of what is acceptable for part II but the best resource for part I is to search for information on the web for the areas mentioned in the exam objectives. There are lots of SCEA link pages out there too.
 
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thanks guys, it's very helpful.
 
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