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SCWCD done. Whats next?

 
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If you have passed/completed SCWCD, which exam would be appropriate?
SCBCD(Business Component) or SCEA (Enterprise architect)? EA seems to have Business Component as one of the steps. (note-SCEA has 3 steps) What are good good books on both SCBCD and SCEA?
 
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Hi Vipul,

I guess, "Head First EJB " is the best book available for SCBCD. You can check out this link on Amazon site for more reviews...

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0596005717/002-1640256-7406405?v=glance
 
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If you are looking for SCEA links, here's one :-

http://www.scea.be.tf/
 
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When I prepared my SCBCD I used, in addition to Head First EJB, "Enterprise Javabeans, by Richard Monson-Haefel", 3rd edition, edited by O'Reilly. It gives a good coverage of EJB 2.0.
 
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