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scea part I - 87%

 
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Hi All,

Last week I cleared scea part I with 87%.
As always my starting point to this certification was Javaranch.
I mostly referred the Mastering EJB book by Edro.
For the exam objectives Mark Cade book served as a good guide.
I did not refer the Allen-Bambara book. Found it to be too wordy.
Joined the scea_j2ee group. The group's file section was very helpful.
The 288 mock questions document found here is ample to get a feel of the exam.

I worked on this certification for 2 months on and off. Got over 18 months of hands on experience in developing enterprise applications.

My wishes for all the other scea aspirants!

Neeraj.

SCJP2, SCWCD, SCEA-1
 
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Congrats Neeraj
 
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Congrats Neeraj!!!

Shall I know what books/materials you referred for Security,Protocols,Common Architecture and Legacy Connectivity?

Thanks
Vaithiya
 
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