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Hi there,

I want to start the SCBCD exam. Is there a good book ?
Thk !
 
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I am on my way to SCBCD, too, and will take it soon.

What can I say about good book for preparance?

If you will choose Head First EJB - you will never fail.
It's good, very good.
 
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You might find useful resources on our SCBCD Links page. Good luck
 
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I myself am on the way for SCBCD.

*Started with Head First EJB....Must/Essential/Needed.ANy way u want to take it.
*Read specs after u are done with the Book.Specs are the place where SUn would put questions from.
The link given earlier is very good place for other resources .
Hope it helps

Gaurav B
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