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study material & book or ebook for SCBCD

 
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hi
can anybody suggest me or send me link for SCBCD

 
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Hi,

Unfortunately, this is an exam, that does not have a dedicated book, that covers all the exam objectives (such as SCJP or SCWCD). So, everyone has to come up with his own set of preparation materials.

This is what i am currently using for my preparation:

1. "Pro EJB 3: Java Persistence API" book my Mike Keith - awesome coverage of JPA 1.0 stuff !
2. "Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0" book by Bill Burke - i use it only for the EJB part of the exam, a lot is covered, but it's not that great as Mike's book.
3. I intend to go through Mikalai Zaikin's notes, since it is the only source that covers all SCBCD 5 objectives.
4. From time to time, i take a look at the EJB 3.0/JPA 1.0 specifications - it's inevitable....
5. I intend to go through the mock exams i have recently purchased, and i hope that they will give me a realistic impression about the real exam. Who knows...


Good luck!
 
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