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JPA certification help

 
Ricardo Espírito Santo
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Hey guys,

I have done two oracle certifications (scjp and the web components one) and am now studying for the JPA one but I recon I might need your help with it.

For starters I have not yet been able to find the proper forum about it. Then this one just seems sooooo much more boring than the others, to the point that I haven't been able to concentrate and study properly for it. I have bought the enthuware questions today and am giving it another go but would really love some tips and advices =)

Thanks in advance,

Ricardo
 
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Ricardo Espírito Santo wrote:For starters I have not yet been able to find the proper forum about it.

Created a forum and now you are in it.
 
Ricardo Espírito Santo
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Created a forum and now you are in it.

Thanks!!!
 
Vinayak Bhat
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Nice that you bought Enthuware. Practice with it. Read Pro JPA 2 by Mike Keith and Merrick Schincariol. Go through JPA specs. that's important. Reading through past experiences of successful candidates helped me a bit.

JPA specs and the book should do for you. and Practice with Enthuware.
 
Ricardo Espírito Santo
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Vinayak Bhat wrote:Nice that you bought Enthuware. Practice with it. Read Pro JPA 2 by Mike Keith and Merrick Schincariol. Go through JPA specs. that's important. Reading through past experiences of successful candidates helped me a bit.

JPA specs and the book should do for you. and Practice with Enthuware.


Hey thanks for the advice!

I have read pro jpa2 and am starting the specs I'm just finding this one particularly hard to focus on...
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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