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SCBCD 3.0 or 2.0?

 
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Hey Guyz,
Today I have thot to prepare for SCBCD exam , the most difficult Qs is whether to go for 3.0 or 2.0?
I dont have any handson or even theortical knowledge on EJB. I am aware of the fact that EJB3 is much better than 2.x and there is a drastic chnge in this technology. Use of Annotations and JPA and removal of Entity beans.

And I think that EJB3 is the future hopefully till new specs come.

I still am more inclined to give EJB2.0 exam bcos
1. HF is available for 2 and 3 will be out only by mid of next yr hopefully.
2. whizlabs simulator is only available for version 2

And I want to study and donw with the exam in 2 mnths time. As will be in job market after that.

Any ideas, suggestions will be appreciated.

Thanks in anticipation.

Charu
SCJP1.4, SCWCD1.4
 
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Take a look at the stories and experience sharing (in the WALL OF FAME) of the people who already passed any of the 2 versions of the test.

http://faq.javaranch.com/java/ScbcdWallOfFame

Regards,
 
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