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I 've completed the programmer certification and want to start on this certification. I recieved great help previuosly.
I need to know the best way to start on this certificaton and what were the favoured books used.
Your assistance is invaluable.
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Hi,

First buy Head First EJB, itself will lead the path.
 
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Hi Hitul,

Welcome to this forum!

Head First EJB (by Kathy Sierra & Bert Bates) is *the* must-have book to efficiently prepare for the SCBCD exam. Not only the book's authors are also the authors of the real exam, but the book is very brain-friendly and funny to read.
EJB is a so complex technology that it's a miracle Kathy & Bert could teach it to us in a so clear and pedagogical fashion.

Your may find additional resources in our SCBCD Links section. I especially recommend Valentin Crettaz's Cheat Sheets as an invaluable resource for late review.

Good luck!

Phil.
[ August 26, 2004: Message edited by: Philippe Maquet ]
 
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Also consider Enthuware's SCBCD's Exam simulator: EJBPlus.

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Originally posted by Nicholas Cheung:
Also consider Enthuware's SCBCD's Exam simulator: EJBPlus.

Nick



So don't forget the new upcoming SCMAD simulator from Enthuware as well(for SCMAD exam aspirants)..
 
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