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I am about to venture in to the EJB certification and i will like to know the best books to start with and the best training labs to use for preparation. I am new to EJB. I will also like to have the point of view of anyone who has already taken the exam. I have a time constraint. Can i be ready to take the exam by the 28 of July? If yes how can you advice me to prepare ?
 
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Jim Kevin wrote:I am about to venture in to the EJB certification and i will like to know the best books to start with and the best training labs to use for preparation. I am new to EJB. I will also like to have the point of view of anyone who has already taken the exam. I have a time constraint. Can i be ready to take the exam by the 28 of July? If yes how can you advice me to prepare ?


Hi Jim , even i am preparing for the exam , and even i was kind of confused in the beginning regarding the study material , i have been preparing for like from last month only during weekends and my point is that the spec reference you can get as it is very easy and clear . My plan is to go through the specs and then go through Ivan and Frits notes . But for main reference i will definitely suggest you reading spec .Incase you find any topic difficult in spec then you can refer to the notes of Ivan and Frits , ofcourse not to forget that coderanch is always there for you.
One thing i will like to tell you that the more practice you do , more you will get clear about the topics .

P.S : Also the more curious if you are , while reading any concept like eg why like this , what if kindda questions will help you in future to use your knowledge in practice.

Regards,
Shroff
 
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Thanks for you Shroff for what you have said i will get the specs right away. So how long to you think i can take to be ready for someone who has no prior knwoledge in EJB
 
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Cannot answer this question ...As it depends on how much time you spend each day reading and practicing......

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