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Finally I got my HF EJB

 
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Finally I got my HF EJB from Borders yesterday.. I just browse through the book.It looks great!! Thanks Kathy & Bret for this great book.. Its going to be on of my favourite book..
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HI Basu DN,
While browsing this forum, I found a lot has been written here about the book and all are so excited to get hands on it so I am. Before ordering this book, I was going through the first sample chapter. I found it short and precise visual note, easy to revise and remember.
I had already ordered the book from Amazon.com, hope it will reach me soon. I show your signature section is full of medals certifications SCJA too ( impressive) so I hope you would definitely be having deep knowledge of phenomenal J2EE.
Do you think this book satisfies the thrust of readers wish to get deep/descriptive knowledge. (Plz dont suggest me to go for specs here.)
I am eagarly waiting to get this book in hand. Great expectations humm !!

Thanks,
Java makes things better.
[ November 05, 2003: Message edited by: naren JavaGini ]
 
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Originally posted by naren JavaGini:
HI Basu DN,
Do you think this book satisfies the thrust of readers wish to get deep/descriptive knowledge. (Plz dont suggest me to go for specs here.)


Hi naren,
The book is typically based on the SCBCD exam objectives. If you want to fetch more deep knowledge, you want to try "Bitter EJB" or "Mastering EJB" book. Those books really dig into depth in EJB...
 
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I would also recommend my personal favourite,oreilly's "EJB" by Richard Monson-Haefel
 
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I think "Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans" will be good choice for in depth study. Otherwise Head First EJB should be good one for SCBCD.
SCJP 1.4
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