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I have just finish EJB 3 IN ACTION, thinking of what to do next

I tryout Mikalai Study Guide and Spec, however feel that it is for memorizing RULES ... hard to get the whole idea, any suggestion ?

Should I tryout Mock Exam ?

Thank you.
 
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Yes Lee You should try out mocks.
If possible read Head First EJB.
See SCBCD Links
 
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Thanks for your reply !

Sorry , forgot to mentioned that I take SCBCD 5.0

Head First EJB is for SCBCD 3.0
 
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Hi

As far as I know "Head First EJB" does not covers the new EJB 3.0.
My favorite are EJB in action and EJB 3.0.

Regards,
Mihai
 
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Thanks for your correction ~!

Sorry for my previous post , I typed it wrongly

Head First EJB is for SCBCD 1.3
 
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