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Does anybody know a good study guide for the scbcd then. I mean beside Head First Ejb?

Thanks
 
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Read the spec and take loads of notes!
I found that is where I learn the most.

The one thing I didn't do enough of and regret is coding.
Code every type of bean as much as you can.

Other then that stick with HF
 
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I guess SCBCD Exam Study Kit might be another alternative.

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Check out:
www.manning.com/sanghera




Originally posted by Panah Rad:
Does anybody know a good study guide for the scbcd then. I mean beside Head First Ejb?

Thanks

 
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Check out this link.
http://www.valoxo.ch/jr/SCBCD_Links.html

Seems guys missing this link mentioned in "important links" above.
 
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