Originally posted by Peter den Haan:
Although you will inevitably pick up some skills regarding them, SCJD is not at all about Swing or RMI, but primarily about analysis and architecture -- something enterprise project have even more need of than of web container skills.
And, I'll reiterate, please do not think of the SCEA as a kind of SCWCD but then for the full J2EE platform with EJBs and stuff. It isn't remotely like that. It is for architects who wouldn't be able define a home interface if their life depended on it.
posted by Peter den Haan
Besides, despite illusions we like to entertain, most of us don't implement the type of enterprise system the SCEA certification is aimed at.
it is not the place to "learn about EJBs" in any kind of detail.
What I mean is that the SCEA will not help you learning about EJB development. It will teach you something about architecting with EJBs, which is a comletely different activity.
Originally posted by HS Thomas:
Having had a few brushes with EJB development in the past, I've come away with the feeling one ought to learn about it. I had hoped the SCEA would help, but I agree that it seems rather high-level.
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