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Help required for preparing for SCEA

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Hi All,

I am a new bee to this forum ,just completed my SCBCD with 92%. ( Thanks to Head first ).

I am planning to prepare for SCEA and want to know the details like is there any book in HF series for SCEA and any links or any useful material or any other books that i can reffer.

Also would like to know the pattern of the exam(does some one needs to know AWT and swings for this exam?).

Can some one please tell me what all material do i need to refer and how much time is required for the preparation ?

SCJP 1.4
[ March 27, 2006: Message edited by: Ganesh Chinni ]
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Ganesh me too facing the same problem... I have also open the same new thread , I think so looking at that our Senious will give their valuable help. Let me know if u get some ideas

I have started preparing for it....
1) Purchased Mastering EJB third edition
But this book is tooo vast....... dont know how to go through it.

2) UML Distilled by Martin Fowler.

3) Gang of 4 for Design Pattern.

but for rest of the topics I m afraid of ... dont know how to prepare
if any one have idea please reply.....

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