Originally posted by Satya Maheshwari:
So finally I also writing this mail . 2 days back I cleared SCBCD J2EE-5 with 90% and I am satisfied with my score(actually I find it way above my expectations).
Then I got hold of Mikalai Notes and to tell you the fact, they acted as my saviour for my SCBCD mission. The simple strategy I followed was to read the spec as pointed by Notes and then read the notes and then try it out practically if feasible. This helps in staying focussed on the exam objectives. It would not have been possible without the notes.
I recommend you following two options for your next Quest:
1)IBM and major IT players they are now concentrating on SOA(Service Oriented Architecture), So you can go for "Web Services".
2)UML > Always the best option helps for one's vertical growth in any company.
Satya Maheshwari:There are topics on which you need a superficial knowledge(like JNDI) etc.
I am also preparing for this exam, Can you tell us which mock tests did you go through.
Please refer the source you have come across for JNDI.
Could you please tell me which chapters did you do from Apress.Pro.EJB.3.
Originally posted by philip puthenvila:
I got a question for you, I am currently working on Ejb2.1 I am planning to take SCBCD for this version. But I hear a lot about Ejb3, so what you think, which one I should go for? I started preapring for Ejb2 exam, is Ejb3 is harder thna Ejb2. Or is it better to take Ejb2 nowa nd later upgrade to Ejb3.
is Ejb3 is harder thna Ejb2
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