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Hi all,

Is there any book, that cover the whole SCEA part1 topics ?
If not there, Can any one tell me the best possible options ?
 
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Hi,

There are two books whch aim to cover everythng:

Mark Cade's "Enterprise Architect for J2EE Technology - Study Guide" which is best used as a reference for Part 2.

Another recent on that I can't remember the name of. sorry....

The 4 books I used were:
Mastering EJB - Ed Roman
UML Distilled - Martin Fowler
Design Patterns - Gamma et al.
Sun's Designing Entperise Applications book - free online

just remeber that it tests EJB v1.1 not v.2.0. I actually just studied v2.0 and got a grip on the key differences during sample exams. no point in leanring the old version just for the sake of it!


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You can also studies notes prepared by successful people. All of them really did a great job in preparing these notes that covers all the topics.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/java-architect/files/Notes%20of%20Successful%20people/

I recommand you look at Fabrice notes because it is a 61 page word documents, and I find it more detailed than those two books.
 
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Thank You Jono & Jeremy.
 
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