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Preparing for the SCBCD

 
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Hi folks, I am currently planning to take the SCWCD and i already finished preparing for it but i am waiting for my company to buy me the voucher, and i was thinking to start preparing for the SCBCD exam too i know its about EJB 3 i never used them however i have a solid background in Hibernate will this help me to decrease the needed study time? any other usefull tip would be greate.

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i have a solid background in Hibernate will this help me to decrease the needed study time?


This may help you on the JPA part, but you'll still have to study it anyway. There may be things you've never used. Check the SCBCD Links for some study material.
 
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Thanks Christophe, i think i will go with the certification regarding the Java Web Services since i have no experience in that, and leave the EJB after it ;)

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