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As a Senior Developer, I am looking for information to help me get to the architect level. Would this book be a good starting point to help me "know what I don't know"? Or would you recommend another resource to get started on that path?

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This book is a study guide for passing the OCMJEA 6 exam. Although you may find our book useful, it is not a reference book for learning how to be an architect nor is it a substitute for experience in an architect role.
 
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