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Is your book sufficient?

 
Sukesh P Kumar
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Hi Mark and Humphrey,
Is your book sufficient for the SCEA exam if someone has the hands on knowledge on the topics in the exam?

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Sukesh Kumar
 
Mark Cade
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The book covers all of the exam objectives, so I think it is the book for you.
 
Damien Gallagher
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I passed part1 by using Mark and Humphreys book and not many other external resources.
Its definitely worth a read
 
Nicolo Fioretti
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Hi Mark,
reading the older book version I've appriciated very much the no-functional requirements description. Very useful to well understand the architect work.
In the new version I would like to find also a more extended description on JEE applicability and common architecture. These objectives are very stressed in the exam and I think they are usefull. Can we expect a coverage for them in the last version?
 
Billy Tsai
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Hi

So if I want to go for the upgrade exam(CX-310-053) this book would be sufficient as well in helping me preparing for it?
 
Sukesh P Kumar
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Mark Cade wrote:The book covers all of the exam objectives, so I think it is the book for you.


Thank you very much for the response
 
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