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Can't afford to buy HF EJB

 
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Hi,

I can't afford to buy new HF ejb, is there any alternative like does anybody who passed the exam willing to sell the used for less price. Please help.

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Does any body know some onlinetutorials or study guide for free so that I need not buy the book.

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There is of course the EJB spec and the J2EE 1.3 tutorial, both of which are free from Sun. EJBCertificate.com has some good practice questions, and is also free. I highly recommend the HF book if you can lay hands on it, though. The spec puts me to sleep, and I think the tutorial is a bit cursory for certification study (considering that the exam is intended for people with six months hands-on experience).
 
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Hi,

There is a free SCBCD study guide, see URL in my signature

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MZ
 
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