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Help needed for SCEA part 1 books / resources

 
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I am thinking of reading the following books for the part 1 exam :

1. Head First Design Patterns for Design Patterns
2. UML Distilled by Martin Fowler
3. JMS by Richard Monson Hafeal
4. Head First EJB / EJB by Richard Monson Hafeal for EJBs

Apart from these books, what else should I read to completely cover all objectives? I am not sure what I should be reading for legacy connectivity, Security, Internationalization, Architectures etc.

Can someone please give me a complete list of books / links on the web / other resources so as to completely cover all exam objectives for part 1 of SCEA

Thanks in advance
 
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If I might recommend (lest I risk repeating information that's been put in here multiple times before), I'd take a gander at the links at the top of this forum - there's links to a list of suggested reading materials that will more than adequately prepare you for the Part I exam.

Personally, I only used the Study Guide for Part I and found that it covered it to the depth that I needed on the portions I wasn't quite sure on.
 
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Thanks Theodore, Can you please give me the title and author of the study guide?
 
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Mark Cade is the author of the study guide. I didn't kill my time reading any other book than the Study guide. Reading the books you listed ceratinly helps an architect in the professional daily life.
 
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ok Santosh, but I read many reviews that the study guide does not cover things fully and some things are left untouched. What did you read for things that were not covered by the study guide?

Thanks for your advice
 
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