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hi all,
i am an scjp and scwcd. i really want to take scbcd. i am not strong in ejb's. i have work experience in J2EE for 8 months. anybody there to tell me how long it will take me to give the certification and resources available for that and anyother guidance.
Note.:- Heard that "Head first Ejb" is a good book for this. is there any pdf. version of that book. if so kindly post the link.
Thanks in advance.
regards,
Sundargopal.
 
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hi all,
today i purchased Head first EJB book. I feel its worth buying it. Great work by the authors.
FYI there is no softcopy of the book availble.
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sundargopal
 
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I just bought the book. And its fun reading it. Many of the things which looks mundane and boring in specs have been made interesting to learn. I have read Monson Haefel. That book is great in the sense of keeping a reference and for a technical person( serious person ). But K & B has done a great job bringing the best of Ed Roman and Specs to prepare for exam ---- with ease.
I personally felt for the first time, after looking at the book, that the book should be named "EJB for Dummies"
Steve
 
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