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Paul Wallace
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Hi Ganesan,

Is there a concise reading list for the SCEA 5.0 exam? What would you recommend as the essential reading list?

Some of the reading lists that have been posted are exhaustive and would neither be practical or affordable.

How does your simulator assess the readiness of a candidate?

Regards

Paul
 
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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There are no SCEA 5 specific books as of yet, although there should be some soon.

The old standards still apply.



Sun Certified Enterprise Architecture for J2EE Technology Study Guide

UML Distilled

Head First Design Patterns (Head First)

Sun Certified Enterprise Architecture
by Mark Cade


Java Modeling In Color With UML: Enterprise Components and Process

Core J2EE Patterns: Best Practices

Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Objec...
by Erich Gamma


My priority would be the Cade book, UML Distilled, the Sun Press SCEA book, J2EE Design Patterns, Head First Design Patterns, GOF Design Patterns, and then Java Modelling in Color to help you on part II of the exam.

Good luck!

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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