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SCBCD : ejb2.0 and ejb3.0

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I am embarassed. I came late to the EJB technology, I bought HF EJB almost a year ago, because i wanted to prepare for SCBCD.
But a new version came out : EJB 3.0 So that books is a bit obsolete now.

My problem is not really which exam to take - the present SCBCD exam or the future SCBCD exam a.k.a SCBCD 5.0 - but what is the most reasonable approach to take.

I want to learn EJB before the new specs, I think it is interesting and useful to know how EJB were coded before the new version, and it will help to understand the benefits of the new version.

I mean, do i miss a lot if i skip studying the old way to write EJBs and focus instead on EJB 3.0 ?
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