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Hi All,

Which one is best book to study for SCEA part 1 exam ?


Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java EE Study Guide from Paul Allen (Author), Joseph Bambara (Author)
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Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java EE Study Guide (2nd Edition) from Mark Cade
Mark Cade(Author), Humphrey Sheil (Author)


Please let me know , I would like to start study for SCEA part 1.


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While Cade gives a few sample questions, he is more of a study guide than a complete reference. The other book says it has more sample questions. But the reviews on Amazon are horrible and I haven't seen people in this forum referring to it. (I bought and read the Cade book).

You might consider buying the Cade book and suplementing it with a mock exam if you want more questions. I blogged about SCEA mock exams.
 
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thank you Jeanne.
 
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