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SCBCD Resources

 
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Hi All,

I'm planing to do the SCBCD exam. Could you please let me know any good resources, best book and simulators which I can refer?

Also please be kind enough to share your experience and opinions with me to get through the exam with high marks and good knowledge.

Thanks and Regards,

-Kapila
 
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well I think Head first EJB is a good book for SCBCD. Well i will start preparing for it from the same book after my SCJP cert.
 
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There is no Head First book for the current SCBCD exam.

Please take a look at: http://faq.javaranch.com/java/ScbcdLinks !
 
Nitish Bangera
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Yeah... but all Head First series book is really good to start.
 
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but not for SCBCD - Head First describes EJB 2.0, and the exam version is 3.0 - and there is a very big difference (I've been working in EJB 2.0 [Session, and MDB] for 2 years, and almost everything about EJB 3.0 is new for me)
There is no sense reading anything about EJB2.0 if you want to pass EJB 3.0 exam
 
Nitish Bangera
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Hmm well i want to start off with knowing stuff. Well if the changes are huge then i will go and look for some EJB 3.0 books because you know its good to be updated. Thanks for this info.
 
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Thanks guys,

How about EJB3 in action?
 
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I think that it's the best book available for EJB 3.0
I'm preparing from it too.
 
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Free mock test are available at Skill-Guru


SCBC Mock Test
 
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you can try javabeat's SCBCD 5.0 mock questions
 
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