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I completed my Architect certification 3 years ago but unfortunately worked on other Java software since then (Corba, Swing). I have a major job interview next week for a J2EE Architect position using IBM products.

I have almost completed reading "Designing Enterprise Applications with J2EE Platform, Second Edition" on the Sun site.

Can anyone recommend some reading that I could do over the next week to get my brain back on track for an Architect interview.
 
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