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I need SCBCD book

 
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Hi all,

I need SCBCD book . Can you share them for me?

my email: truongnn@yahoo.com
 
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If you are asking for a book name for SCBCD, Head First EJB by Kathy and Bert is a good book for the exam and is used by most of us here.

Here are many other links which are very useful for the certification.

'Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans' is a free book pdf by Ed Roman. Find it at the end of the link page.

Regards,
Leena
 
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Originally posted by Truong Nguyen:
Hi all,

I need SCBCD book . Can you share them for me?

my email: truongnn@yahoo.com



Please note that Javaranch.com does not in any way support piracy !!
 
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hi..

for some reason, i can understand your problems. i experienced that too. in my country, there're no book store that sell new IT books. available books right now is 3-4 years old. or maybe financial problems.. whatever..
that's what makes me a little jealous with people who lived in india, which can get a new books (legal) with just a quarter of the original price i think they are supported by their government, which is great!

but, i agree with Valentin, please do us a favour, find another place for such a 'sharing knowledge' thing. cos in javaranch we do 'a real sharing knowledge'.
 
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