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Initial help on how to approach SCEA

 
Sandesh Udupa
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Hi All, I am planning to write SCEA. I have about 10+ years of experience working on both C++ and Java using enterprise systems such as CORBA and J2EE.

I have a few questions on how I should approach SCEA.

Question 1) I dont have any lower certificates. I am writing SCEA directly. This does not mean that I am an expert on all the technologies, but I plan to make up for it when studying for SCEA. Is this a doable approach?

Question 2) How much effort may be required? Can anybody suggest any time line? Though this would be specific to individuals, assuming my experience and about 10 hours of study per week, any rough idea? I am currently thinking about a month for Step 1 and another for 2 and 3.

Question 3) I am planning to use the following books -
1) Head First EJB
2) GOF for Design Patterns
3) "Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java EE Study Guide (Exam 310-051) (Certification Press)"
4) and probably "Sun Certified Enterprise Architecture for J2EE Technology Study Guide (Sun Microsystems Press) by Mark Cade"
Is this enough? Any other suggestions?

Any help will be appreciated.
Kind regards, Sandesh.
 
Sandesh Udupa
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Here's something I found - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/scea_j2ee/files/HowLongDoesItTakeToPrepare.html

ciao
 
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