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What can you recommend for reading?

 
Alexey Pismensky
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What can you recommend for reading in preparation for SCBCD ?
 
Valentin Crettaz
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lelik lelik,

Welcome to Javaranch, a friendly place for Java greenhorns

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You can find valuable resources on our SCBCD Links page. Good luck
[ July 21, 2004: Message edited by: Valentin Crettaz ]
 
Gaurav Bhatnagar
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Hi

1.You can start by reading "Head First EJB" by O'REilly Publications.Very interactive book.
2.After being done with the book,try doing the mock tests on various websites.This would give u a clear picture as to in how much Deep Waters you are till now.
3.Done with this third step ,next is to read the specs as per the Objectives of the exam(YOu should be very thorough with the objectives of the exam).

I myself have starteed preparing for the exam and finding it quite intersting way to prepare.

REst you can always come back on this forum and try answering the questions posted by various people here.That too only after you are confident that you are conversant with the topics of the book.


Rest is your Pure Labour and understanding

All the Best

SCJP 1.2

Gaurav Bhatnagar
 
Chandra Vadlamani
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The link does not seem to be working -- http://www.valoxo.ch/jr/SCBCD_Links.html

throws page not found page! Any pointers.

[Val: fixed the link ]
[ July 21, 2004: Message edited by: Valentin Crettaz ]
 
Eben Hewitt
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Another good book that is specific on details is Applied Enterprise JavaBeans Technology by Kevin Boone (Sun Microsystems Press).
 
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