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Passed SCEA 1

 
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Thanks a lot to Javaranch. I was able to clear SCEA part-1.
I am sure that i learned many things in J2EE from the day i started the serious preparation.

I would like to share my experiences , which might be useful for the people who are planning to take SCEA part 1.

Make sure to call the test center 1 day before the test.(I faced this problem when i went to take test on time, test center people said that the servers are down from 1 week and they never informed me before.Luckly i got the slot in other test center same day after 3 hours).

1) I did follow Javaranch - This is the key to my success... Thanks to everyone in this group.
2) I used MZ's notes(Read until you understand concepts clearly),Mark Cade (Old version), EJB3 basics , JSF Basics, Lot of IBM articles on J2EE.
3) JWS White paper - Essential . Suggest to have clear understanding of JWS & Applet.
4) Don't forget to see the JAVA EE - FAQs
5) Took Sun's Mock Exam and Whizlab's Mock Exams both are useful though they are easy.



Thanks


 
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Very Good Information.

Cheers!
Prathap.
 
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Congratulations.
 
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Congratulations!
 
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Congratulations....

Cheers!
Prathap.
 
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Congrats !!!

All the best for next two parts.
 
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Congrats champ.
 
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Hi Kumar,

As you just passed the exam can i get some guidance on JSF and EJB , i mean are there are any good articles JSF and EJB which i simple can rely on with out looking any other.


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Nandu,

I used

EJB 3 in Action for EJB3 - Just read basics from that.
Java EE 5 tutorial for JSF basics. No need to read all the details. Bascis should be enough.
You can just google for JSF basics & EJB 3 basics for some presentations(SUN presentations). No need to get in to implementation details.

Hope this helps.

Thanks
 
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