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New Java EE 6 learning path

 
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Hi guys I have noticed the SUN site has posted a new Java EE 6 learning path and certification + some courses.

Here's the link -: http://www.sun.com/training/upcoming_java_ee_6.html#SL-355-EE6

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Wicked!!

JSF certification!!Only thing is it'll be a while before study guides are published isn't it??

Or are there sneaky authors in cahoots with the Sun team?
 
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Duran Harris wrote:Wicked!!

JSF certification!!Only thing is it'll be a while before study guides are published isn't it??

Or are there sneaky authors in cahoots with the Sun team?



I have no idea, and they still haven't mentioned about the update exams.
 
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Or the AJAX exam...
 
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Many thanks for the information.

Interesting. They separate JPA as a new certification, it's probably based on JPA 2.0 and the JSF certification is finally added.
Actually I hoped they to revise SCEA or introduce a more advanced level of SCEA, but it might not happen anytime soon .
 
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Kengkaj Sathianpantarit wrote:Many thanks for the information.

Interesting. They separate JPA as a new certification, it's probably based on JPA 2.0 and the JSF certification is finally added.
Actually I hoped they to revise SCEA or introduce a more advanced level of SCEA, but it might not happen anytime soon .



So what's your opinion about upgrade exams for JEE6, how will they parallel those exams with the newly introduced exams as you mentioned JSF,JPA 2.0
 
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John Wenn wrote:
So what's your opinion about upgrade exams for JEE6, how will they parallel those exams with the newly introduced exams as you mentioned JSF,JPA 2.0


I don't know for sure. But I guess that:
- Next SCBCD will focus less on JPA and focus more on other features of EJB
- Next SCWCD will be updated to cover Servlet 3.0 and JSP 2.2/EL 2.0
- Next SCDJWS will cover JAX-RS
- Next SCEA Part 1 will cover the new specifications in Java EE 6
 
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So we will need upgrade to JEE6 if we want to take this new exams?
 
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Giovanni Ascarza wrote:So we will need upgrade to JEE6 if we want to take this new exams?



I think there will be separate set of upgrade exams JEE6, apart form these new exams. And I think that will be a fare decisions.
 
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