You'll learn not just what the technology *is*, but more importantly, *why* it is, and what it is and isn't good for. You'll learn tricks and tips for EJB development, along with tricks and tips for passing this latest, very challenging Sun Certified Business Component Developer (SCBCD) exam.
Originally posted by Giselle Dazzi:
That�s exactly what I wanted to ask, how much practical experience is necessary to take this test ?
Originally posted by Burk Hufnagel:
Giselle and Ko Ko,
With respect, I'd like to suggest that you first read the exam objectives then decide how to tackle the exam. I know some people who can read specifications and somehow seem understand all the implications. Personally, I tend to need some hands on to really feel like I understand things.
The first step though is to identify the goal - so here's the link to the SCBD exam objectives.
Originally posted by Anselm Paulinus:
Did you have the opportunity to preview the book before it was published? [QB]
Originally posted by Mario Levesque:
My question is: Are there sections of the Head First book that someone could skip in order to learn the basic about EJB without learning all the details usually required for a certification exam? i.e. are the different chapter fairly independant or do you need to read all pages in sequence to get a good grip on EJBs?
The more you
understand from this chapter,the less you �ll have to memorize later,so don �t skip it!