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FYI: developerWorks tutorial - Java certification success, Part 4: SCEA

 
Mikalai Zaikin
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Java certification success, Part 4: SCEA

Level: Intermediate

Sivasundaram Umapathy (authors [at] whizlabs.com), Software Engineer, Whizlabs

20 May 2005

This hands-on tutorial helps SCEA certification aspirants clear the first part of the SCEA certification exam, a knowledge-based, multiple-choice exam. The tutorial introduces the main concepts and then builds upon them to provide readers with a solid foundation of the exam goals. Each section of the tutorial reinforces the readers' understanding through examples and practice questions.

http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/edu/j-dw-java-scea-i.html?ca=dnt-621

In this tutorial

This tutorial covers the following main sections.

Section 1: Concepts
Section 2: Common architectures
Section 3: Legacy connectivity
Section 4: Enterprise JavaBeans
Section 5: Enterprise JavaBeans container model
Section 6: Protocols
Section 7: Applicability of J2EE
Section 8: Design patterns
Section 9: Messaging
Section 10: Internationalization
Section 11: Security

regards,
MZ
 
vijay Mamilla
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Nice Link

Thanks,
Vijay
[ May 30, 2005: Message edited by: vj reddy ]
 
Mark Cave
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I have read the tutorial and I am happy with it. It covers a wide rage of topics for each of the exam objectives. It has view mistakes, such as mentioning SLSB whereas SFSB is expected, and the EJB diagrams must be updated since they have a lot of error and missing information. I can not comment on the design pattern diagrams since they are new to me. However, I found the discussion of the design patterns easy to follow.
 
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