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About to start exam preparation. starter questions

 
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Hi everyone,

im about to start the road on studying for Architect certification. im a little confuse about this exam and the preparation roadmap.

i have a few questions that maybe some one could help me out with

1. Do i have to purchase the course to start the certification. in the oracle┬┤s page the roadmap talks about presenting on of the proposed courses.

2. the new exam code 1Z0-864 stands for 310-051 or 310-052 older codes ? just to to know which documentation could help me out

3. any documentation material recommended ? books, tests, prep simulators

4. where to start tips.

thanks in advance

regards,
Juan
 
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To start for this exam below material and links are helpful.

https://coderanch.com/how-to/java/SceaLinks
https://coderanch.com/how-to/java/SceaFaq

Books and references:
Head First Design Patterns

JEE 5 tutorial
http://download.oracle.com/javaee/5/tutorial/doc/

Core J2EE Design Patterns
http://java.sun.com/blueprints/corej2eepatterns/Patterns/

Mark Cade's second edition
Mastering EJB3 fourth edition

SCEA study guide of Mikalia Zaikin
http://java.boot.by/scea5-guide/index.html

Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for JavaEE Study Guide 2ndEd

UML
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unified_Modeling_Language

You can appear for the three exams without go through the training but to attain certification you require training.

Thanks,
Kumar.
 
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Hi Kumar thanks for your Help.

just to clarify, the OCMJEA exam is homologous with the old Sun SCEA ?

and the literature is applicable ?

Regards

Juan
 
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the OCMJEA exam is homologous with the old Sun SCEA ?



Err... Your English is better than mine, but for example, I took SCEA part I in 2010 and OCMJEA part II and III in 2012, and there was no problem, though I did have to take a hands-on course. My assignment was graded in three weeks (and I passed :-) ).

The content of the exam is the same, so yes, the same books apply.

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