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SCEA Preparation

 
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Hi
I am planning to SCEA Part I. I have checked out link: http://faq.javaranch.com/view?SceaLinks


Is there any complete book on this particular topic that gives me the maximum coverage of the course.

Also, i am having around 3 years exp in Java and have already passed SCPJ, and SCWCD exams. Can someone tell me some time estimate for preparing and giving SCEA Part I exam.

Regards
Navin

SCPJ - 98%
SCWCD - 85%
 
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Is there any complete book on this particular topic that gives me the maximum coverage of the course.



Nope. The book by Mark Cade does a decent job but you will have to read from several books to make the cut.
 
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Dear Navo,

As John mentioned, for SCEA exam you will need to pick multiple books based on topics such as Design Pattern. Analyze your strengths and weeknesses across various disciplines of J2EE architecture and then based on your analyses you can decide how many and which books to choose?

Best wishes,
Pradeep
 
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