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I just completed my SCJP exam, and I'm looking to get certified in SCBCD. I don't have a clue as to where to start from. For the last certification I used the K.Sierra & B.Bates programmer book which was excellent! Could anyone suggest what other great books there are to achieve this certification and any other tips on studing for it!!
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Hi,

I passed SCBCD (97%) by studying HF accompannied by a little spec studying when something was not entirely clear... I did a lot of mock exams (mostly HF and ejbcertificate.com) and learned the cheat sheets from this site by heart. I did have some experience in developing EJBs before i started, so that helped...

Good luck!
 
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