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Confused about SCBCD 5.0 study material ...

 
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Hi,

Does anybody know when will the first book dedicated to SCBCD 5.0 be released ?

If yes, is it soon ?

Thanks in advance ...
 
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Hi Vassili,

Well, there is no definite answer for it

I just braught EJB 3.0 book by O'Rielly(5th edition). I am yet to start with it, mean while I am just glancing here and there about basic EJB concepts.

Pretty much confusing for me, since I have never even know EJB theories

Check out the hall of fame, you will get to see what books were used by people who already wrote the exam.

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Hi,

I think that I'll delay my SCBCD 5.0 for now since I know nothing about EJB concepts too, and I'll get my SCJA certification until there will be an EJB 3.0 guide that is similar to Head First Servlets & JSP which will teach me the EJB 3.0 concepts and prepare me for the exam simultaneously ...

Best of luck ...
 
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