This week's giveaway is in the EJB and other Java EE Technologies forum. We're giving away four copies of EJB 3 in Action and have Debu Panda, Reza Rahman, Ryan Cuprak, and Michael Remijan on-line! See this thread for details.
1. read Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1 6th Ed.
-> I have no prior experience with EJB so I've used this ebook to get me started.
2. read OCP JavaEE 6 EJB Developer Study Notes By Ivan A Krizsan (see SCBCD Links)
-> Do some hands on using this reviewer to familiarize more on how to code in EJB related techologies.
3. read EJB 3.1 Specs -> thoroughly read the whole specs while answering Enthuware mock exams relating to the specific objective that I'm reading in the specs.
4. read Enterprise Java Beans 3.1 By Frits Walraven (see SCBCD Links)
-> do a last minute minute reading using this short and concise reviewer before answering the standard tests in the Enthuware mock exam.
5. used Enthuware Mock Exam -> for its price of $20 its certainly worth your money. Almost have the same questions as those in the actual exam. You won't be surprised in the real exam after you've used this mock exam.
Good luck to those who are planning to take the exam.
I think your reviewer was well written.
Short, concise, and straight to the point.
Specially good for last minute reading.
I really appreciated the tables and diagrams,
it makes the concepts much easier to understand.
Thanks for the reviewer.
It seems that unlike the other certifications,
the web service certification does not get as much attention.
Since I'm planning to take this sooner or later I'm starting to
gather resources for this.