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dselva drajan
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Can you give me some book names and authors which are quite useful for beginners to ejb and also to pursue with ejb to medium level of study
 
Anthony Watson
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Head First EJB by Bert Bates and Kathy Sierra is a fantastic book. It is used by people who are trying to get the EJB certification, but it is also the best introduction to EJB book I have seen. It is actually funny in several parts and is written in a easy to understand, conversational language. I tried to learn EJB from Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans by Ed Roman, and, while it is a good book, I found it much more difficult for a beginner than the Head First book. People LOVE the Head First series. I think your choice is quite obvious - get Head First EJB and you won't be disappointed.
 
Arun Prasath
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I have used Enterprise java beans by Richard Monson Haeffel. I really liked the style in which the author writes and the way he explains things.

all nitty gritty details are explained in this book.

You can try that too.
 
Praveena Venigalla
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I have used "Head First EJB" by Kathy Sierra for my EJB certification.It is really good book for starters.Kathy and Bert Bates have done a great job by writing that book in comic style.
You will really enjoy learning EJB from that book.
 
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