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need SCBCD exam info.......

 
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Hi all,

I am Veeresh I cleared scjp 1.5 with 76% on Saturday.
I would like to take SCBCD exam....
can any buddy suggest me which book I need to refere.
 
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"EJB3 in Action" or "OReilly Enterprise JavaBean 3.0"
 
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why don't you try in the SCBCD forum...
 
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(Moving to SCBCD)
 
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Start your preparation with EJB 3 in Action & then read Sun Specifications & prepare with MZ Notes & some mocks.
 
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I cleared SCBCD by reading the Sun J2EE tutorial (boy, this is one heck of a boring thing) and reading through the free Wiley 'Mastering EJB 3.0' free book with source code examples. SCBCD is nothing like SCJP - it's much easier. Don't worry.
 
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Tom Silverman wrote: SCBCD is nothing like SCJP - it's much easier. Don't worry.



easier ??? why do I feel the opposite?

I started preparing as most people here suggest: by reading EJB in action. I feel comfortable with the book, but then I started reading MZ notes I felt completely lost. should I forget about the notes and jump directly to the specification? or should I to do more EJB and persistence implementation in order to get use to it?

please help me since I'm free nowadays.
 
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What About Head First EJB? how good is it for SCBCD
 
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santosh raveendran wrote:What About Head First EJB? how good is it for SCBCD



it's for older version of the exam, not valid for EJB 3.0
 
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