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A good reference book for SCEA

 
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Hi ,
I was looking at a good reference book for the SCEA exams, I came across "Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for J2EE� Technology Study Guide"
by Mark Cade, Simon Roberts and books seems to have good reviews.
I would like to hear from people who have taken the tests and get a comment on it.

Also, im only looking at a book for reference to the test and not learning or improving my knowledge on any technology per se.

Thanks a bunch
T
 
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Sorry I missed out on my real question about the book, the editions that could find online for the book was 2002, any idea if that version is current enough for the test now?

thanks again
T
 
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Originally posted by t tt:
Sorry I missed out on my real question about the book, the editions that could find online for the book was 2002, any idea if that version is current enough for the test now?

thanks again
T



Hi T,

you might have a look on

Official policy on registered names

and change your name accordingly. I took the test recently and I also use the book by Mark Cade, for all the parts. It is the most current edition as I know of. However, that book gives you a great overview over the exam, but you definitely need more material than that to pass - it's very thin, which makes it easy to read several times, but it does not go into much of the details and it does not intend to do that.

Please see SCEA Links to get an idea what else you could need.

Wei-ju
 
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thanks for the response and yeah thanks for that little comment on the name.
 
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I suggest Cade's book, GOF Patterns and online materials.
 
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