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Hi ,

I dont know EJB, and never worked on it before. But would like to take up this exam. I work fulltime do you think i can prepare myself for this exam in 3 months. without any instructor led coaching. I passed my SCJP .And i know Hibernate.

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Divya wrote:I dont know EJB

If you aware about Socket programming and Remote Method Invovation then you will understand EJB.
There are many changes in EJB3 you can read it in EJB3 in Action by Manning
 
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I think thats possible ;)
I think that new EJB standard is very easy to learn. Read for example Manning EJB 3 in Action, after that MZ_SCBCD_5_Study_Guide, do few mock exams (enthruware test is quite cheap and I think it's better then whizzlabs).
 
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