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Master EJB 3rd Edition!!!

 
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I just noticed from theserverside.com that Ed Roman's "Master EJB 3rd Edition" came out!
It can be downloaded from http://www.theserverside.com/books/wiley/masteringEJB/

Thanks Ed for his excellent job in writing this wonderful book!
 
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it's based on ejb 2.1.
while the scbcd is still based on ejb 2.0, and the new ejb 3.0 is on the way. i guess it's a little too late.. or in other words, "stuck in the middle".

just wanna get an advice..
after read HFE, is it still required to read mastering ejb, the 2nd of course, in preparation on scbcd?

thanks.
 
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after read HFE, is it still required to read mastering ejb, the 2nd of course, in preparation on scbcd?


I have not read other books except HFEJB.

Nick
 
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Yup, I have HFEJB with me also.
It's a good book not only for scbcd exam, but also the nice starter's book to get into the EJB world.
 
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Yeah, I think HF EJB is a great book...

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