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Planning for OCMJEA

 
neelam yadav
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Can any body asssist me for OCMJEA?

How to go for the same, books?
 
Nilessh Ganu
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neelam yadav wrote:Can any body asssist me for OCMJEA?

How to go for the same, books?


Welcome to coderanch!
Here is the post having the references of books/materials I used.
I found Jeanne's blog very helpful for the exam experience.

You need to hurry up as all the three parts need to be completed before 30th September 2011 to avoid the mandatory training requirement from oracle.
Do see this post for more details.
 
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Thanks Nilesh,

I doubt i will be able to finish it before 1 Oct.

I will go for a online training, i think i have to pay extra for that.

Can you please share your exp. how the certification is , i have around 8yrs of exp. in java.

How to prepare for that.



 
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OCMJEA tests for the j2ee5 technologies and their applicability.
Though the exam does not tests for the syntaxes, as a architect you are expected to know their usages and the conditions/situations in which either of them to be applied.

I have listed resources I used for Part 1 of the exam in my post. Also you can refer to SCEA faqs.
 
neelam yadav
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Thanks Nilesh,

I am starting the same, will caught you again for further information and assistance
 
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While preparing for Part I some notes was prepared, thought it will be useful http://sceacertification.blogspot.com/2011/05/scea-part-i-exam-notes.html
 
neelam yadav
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Thanks Naresh,

Can somebody suggest me which book i should first go Allen and Bambara(310-051 , i have this version only, should latest version) or mark cade, going by only one book will be enough with other study material from good sites, or should i first go through both the books.
 
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I purchased the latest edition of Allen and Barbara. I am very disappointed to see that the EJB section is not updated for EJB 3. Even the practice exams has EJB 2 questions. The book is useful to study desgin patterns. I had managed to barely pass SCEA 4 with this book alone, but the exam has changed a lot now. You would need to look at various additional materials now and the above posts should help.


 
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