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SCEA 5 learning resources

 
Evgeny Shakin
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Does anyone have an idea what are the best learning resources for SCEA 5 beta? The old guide by Paul Allen seems to be outdated a little bit... I guess the Core J2EE patterns by Deepak Alur, John Crupi, Dan Malks is still of value as well as classical books on design patterns. In my opinion questions on EJB3, JSF, SOA will not be difficult but still... Any hints on what other books or articles could be useful for this exam?
 
Bryan Aho
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Evelyn has a list of the resources that we used to put together the exam. I think she's planning to release the list at some point.
 
amit taneja
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kindly list it down what are the most important book that could be v.helpfull to provide exam study material as per objectives ???

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amit taneja
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I would also add that please share the notes/material of objectives which is new in this exam..

so we could prepare well in this short time...
 
Darya Akbari
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Originally posted by Evgeny Shakin:
Does anyone have an idea what are the best learning resources for SCEA 5 beta? The old guide by Paul Allen seems to be outdated a little bit... I guess the Core J2EE patterns by Deepak Alur, John Crupi, Dan Malks is still of value as well as classical books on design patterns. In my opinion questions on EJB3, JSF, SOA will not be difficult but still... Any hints on what other books or articles could be useful for this exam?


The Core J2EE Patterns book is still recommended also for the new SCEA. Else I would stick with the Java EE 5 Tutorial.
 
L Deng
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Originally posted by Darya Akbari:


The Core J2EE Patterns book is still recommended also for the new SCEA. Else I would stick with the Java EE 5 Tutorial.


Oh hoho, 1344 pages long...
 
Darya Akbari
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Originally posted by Daniel Deng:


Oh hoho, 1344 pages long...


So what, SCEA is not intended for greenhorns but more for the experienced ones .

Don't underestimate the tutorial. It has all the wisdom in it one need for getting through Java EE 5. And since the new Sun Microsystems SCEA is based on Sun Microsystems Java EE 5 you should take this document serious.

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Darya
 
ikenna okpala
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i think i quite agree with you (Darya Akbari) but the issue is that it is a

little too large to cover.

please if any one has any sugges tion on resources please don't hesitate to

post them

thanks
 
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