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Is that enough - preparing for part I

 
E. Messing
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Hi all
I have been visiting here for the last 3 month, and now registered to share . And offcourse- i have a question.
I am about to take part I.
I have about 4 years of java exp', and about 5 years of OO programing.
I read through J2ee toturial, "Mastering EJB", Design patterns book (the one with java examples). I have read, and made notes of SCEA Study Guide (Cade), and now in the process of intersecting these notes with McGraw-Hill Study Guide. I am also lightly reading "Core J2EE Patterns: Best Practices and Design Strategies" (sun press).
After finishing intersecting notes with both study guides, i intend to take WhizLabs test - as a final preperation to the test.
Note , for example, that I have not read anything regarding Legacy connectivity, apart from what is mentioned in the McGraw-Hill Study Guide (mostly JCA).
Do you think that enough ? or am i missing something here ?
thanks
 
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Hi Mickey.
Welcome to JavaRanch.
We don't have many rules here, but one we do have is the JavaRanch naming policy. It explicitly states that you may not use "names of celebrities or fictional characters". Please change your displayed name here.
I think you have covered most areas for the part 1 exam.
Regards, Andrew
 
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Sorry
 
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Hi Elady,
Sorry to do this to you, but your name still does not meet the JavaRanch naming policy. We require both a first name and a last name in the displayed name. If you are unsure what is acceptable, please read the JavaRanch naming policy. Please change your displayed name here.
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Andrew
 
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Done..
 
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u can try ur luck by taking the exam
 
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