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Books for SCBCD

 
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Hi,
Can anyone suggest the best books for SCBCD?I got scjp recently.Used Kathy Sierra's 'n Bert Bates book for preparation and got a score of 93%.
 
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Once again Kathy & Bert are masters here...user Head First EJB by K & B. The book really rocks!
 
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This question seems to be asked just about every day (and rightly so).
I'm going to simply refer you to one or two of the previous posts.
Numero uno
Well, actually that's about it -- the rest of them just say more-or-less the same thing: HFEJB, the Specs, the O'Reilly book, the Honsel-Obenstifen book (kidding). Well read the post. I'm sure others will inevitably throw in their 2 cents here, so you'll get plenty of advice.
Oh, don't forget the resource links at the top of the SCBCD forum.
 
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You may also consider Mastering EJB.
For mock exam, you can try:
www.ejbcertificate.com
Hope this help.
Nick
 
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thanx a ton guys....
 
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