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SCWCD vs. SCBCD

 
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I just recently took the SCWCD 1.4 exam and although it wasn't very diffcult, it covered a LOT of material, IMO. I am thinking about going for the SCBCD next but I was wondering.......

(For those out there who already have both the SCWCD and SCBCD) does the SCBCD cover as much material as the SCWCD?
 
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Hey Mike -

In my opinion, the SCBCD is a more focused exam, the SCWCD does in fact cover a wide range of topics.
 
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Bert,

Any recommendations on how to get started preparing (for the SCBCD)? Any particular books or software? (..Somehow, I got a feeling that you are going to recommend HFEJB!! )
 
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Hi Mike,
Check out our SCBCD Links which provides links to plenty of material to get you started.

Of course, don't hesitate to ask questions if you ever feel the need to.

Good luck
 
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I think u won't find anything better to start EJB other than HFEJB

Believe me


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