Thanks smith for the comment..yes I am a fan of head first series due to their brain friendly nature.
Actually I was referring from exam point of view...ie objectives covered.....sometimes to what extent does the exam expects us to know, our scope etc etc....Thanks in advance
Elchin Asgarli wrote:Head First EJB is for 2.x version of EJB, so it is more or less useless. I personally use EJB in Action now, but I will also skim over EJB 3.1 from oreilly.
If I am not mistaken, EJB in Action is for EJB 3.0, is this still appropriate to read for EJB 3.1 exam?
I hope it is, cause that is what I am reading right now But as I said, I am planning to definitely skim over EJB 3.1 to see differences between 3.0 and 3.1, its just that I have read some negative reviews about EJB 3.1 book, that it is hard to learn from, so I preferred EJB in Action to first learn things, and then EJB 3.1 to get ready for the exam.
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Lucas Smith wrote:I recon that EJB 3.1 by Andrew Lee Rubinger + EJB 3.1 spec + exam simulator is a powerful fusion.
Saw a lot of critic(-ive) reviews of the book in the amazon link given. Will appreciate some reviews about the book from ranchers in the forum.