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Study Notes for Head First EJB

Priteshaaa Agrawal
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Joined: Jun 10, 2007
Posts: 4
Hi friends,

Could any one send me study notes of Head first Book in the PDF format.


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Ulf Dittmer
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I'm not sure what exactly you're asking for. The ScbcdLinks page points to all kinds of study notes, but the Head First EJB book itself is not available as PDF.


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Priteshaaa Agrawal
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Joined: Jun 10, 2007
Posts: 4
Hi,

i am asking about the notes of Head first book. I thing some one prepare it. I just go to that link but doesn't found any specific notes of Head first EJB book.
Aaron Raja
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Joined: Jun 07, 2007
Posts: 206
Common Priteshaa!!!
You are asking some unethical stuff I think!
Common try to understand! HFEJB is the best book written so far for SCBCD as you know by Kathy and Bert!
They are helping so many people passing the test and learning what EJB is !!!
And you want some one give you summary of the book as a note!
Common give me break!
Will you work for free? I hope not so you got to pay some one's hard work right? So you need to buy the book! They must have spent numerous hours of day and night to complete this book! So we need appreciate their hard work so we need to compliment them by buying the book not asking for note!
Try to understand!
If you thinking to write a test you must afford it! As a Java programmer you should and you can afford this book no matter which company or country you are in!!!
Common! You can do it! Good luck for test!

Thanks,
Aaron Raja
SCJP 1.4
SCWCD 1.4 (on the way)
OCA


Thanks, AR
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neetika sharma
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Joined: May 19, 2006
Posts: 89
Hi Priteshaa,

I think you are talking about HFEJB notes for the last go through.
If yes, then yeah there are notes made by FREDERIC ESNAULT in pdf format,
which you can refer for last go through for HFEJB.
Akshay Kiran
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Joined: Aug 18, 2005
Posts: 220
Originally posted by Aaron Raja:
Common Priteshaa!!!
You are asking some unethical stuff I think!
Common try to understand! HFEJB is the best book written so far for SCBCD as you know by Kathy and Bert!
They are helping so many people passing the test and learning what EJB is !!!
And you want some one give you summary of the book as a note!
Common give me break!
Will you work for free? I hope not so you got to pay some one's hard work right? So you need to buy the book! They must have spent numerous hours of day and night to complete this book! So we need appreciate their hard work so we need to compliment them by buying the book not asking for note!
Try to understand!
If you thinking to write a test you must afford it! As a Java programmer you should and you can afford this book no matter which company or country you are in!!!
Common! You can do it! Good luck for test!

Thanks,
Aaron Raja
SCJP 1.4
SCWCD 1.4 (on the way)
OCA


I think you should reserve your intelligent comments until you understand what exactly is being asked for.
She's asking for notes made while using the book.
how do you know she doesn't have the book? maybe she's read it too.
so relax.

Here are notes prepared by Java Black Belt guys that I used for my SCBCD.
http://www.javablackbelt.com/imgs/attachments/SCBCD/SCBCD_study_guide.pdf
Excellent notes that can be used along with the book.
Also, go through the appendices of "Enterprise Java Beans 2.0" by Richard Monson Haefel. It has excellent diagrams and tables that will ease you to remember things for the exam.


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