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study material for scea 5

 
amit taneja
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Hi,
kindly share the study material available for scea 5 beta exam ..
and what are the difference in beta version and previous verstion so to figure out the differnce ..
I mean if any body could list down the difference so we can study the similar topics from old books.

2nd question
can anybody tell what is done in 2nd part of exam
does sun give the topic for application development ?
and we have to code and develop the application ? but in how much time we have to develop the application with umls ?


3rd questions
what the 3rd part consist of ? writing essay ? i mean what kind of essay ?

4th question
what books one suggest for scea 5 beta exam .. even to get some part of objectives ? and what obejctives from that book

kindly reply as this info will help lots of other ranchers

Thanks :-)
 
Theodore Casser
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The differences between the prior version and the beta would fill books on their own. The "current" SCEA is based on Java2 EE 1.2 (EJB 1.1), and the beta is based on Java EE 5 (EJB 3), for starters. You're best off working down the list of topics and studying those things that you're not familiar with - looking at what was on the prior exam will likely not be of much help.

Re: Part II - It's a practical assignment to show your ability to use the knowledge tested in Part I, in designing (not implementing) a solution to a real-world-type problem. If you'd browsed around this forum, you'd have seen that already. You do not have to write code for this examination, but you will be required to create design documents.

Re: Part III - I would assume from how it was presented that it is like the current Part III, where you're writing short essays on a few features of your design for Part II. (It's important, but it's also largely a checksum to ensure that you did the assignment you submitted in Part II.) Parts II and III are taken together for a grade.

As for books... ask me in three weeks after I've figured that out for those taking it in my office.
 
inr mohan
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PLease provide some link to the study materials.
 
Hafizur Rahman
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SCEA 5 Resources
 
inr mohan
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It has the list of objectives are areas to cover, Can you provide any link for the exact materials.
 
Pranav Akshath
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inr mohan
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SCEA beta version...
 
Prasanna Wamanacharya
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Just wondering if the following SCEA Cert. books would be useful for SCEA 5 study -
* Sun Certified Enterprise Architect For J2EE Study Guide (Paul Allen and Joseph Bambara)
* Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for J2EE Technology Study Guide (Mark Cade and Simon Roberts)

Thanks in advance...
 
amit taneja
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yeah pls answer above question by Prasanna Wamanacharya ...
waiting for reply


thanks
 
Victor Maehira
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Good night!
As far as I know, the only up-to-date book for the last version of the exam is the CadeĀ“s book 2n edition:

http://www.amazon.com/Certified-Enterprise-Architect-Study-Guide/dp/0131482033
 
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