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J2ee and ejb education??

 
Jim Bailey
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I recently passed the java2 programmers exam and would like to move towards developing applications using j2ee. I'm taking the j2ee tutorial but was wondering if anyone could give me some suggestions on j2ee and ejb training.
This weeks giveaway sounds like it might be a good place to start..
 
Rick Salsa
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Also take a look at Ed Roman's Mastering EJB book. It's an excellent intro to the subject and moves quickly to cover more advanced topics, like Transaction, clustering, etc..
You can find a downloadable pdf at The ServerSide.
HTH,
/rick
 
Simon Brown
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...also, if you are thinking of getting into J2EE architecture and design, take a look at this thread for some more information and links.
Cheers
Simon
 
Marcos Maia
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Hi, also consider EJB O�reilly from Richare Monson Haefel third edition, in my opinion the best ejb book, another really usefull one to help on design decisions is Core J2EE Design Patterns, the only problem with this one is that it only covers ejb1.1 design strategies, but I think soon they�ll deliver a new edition covering ejb2.0
 
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