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Hello All,

I am evaluating the study process for step 1 can any one kindly guide me with books or study material for the same.

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Hi,

firstly look at the scea books page.

Personally I used
* Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for J2EE Technology by Mark Cade and Simon Roberts
* UML Distilled Third Edition by Martin Fowler
* Design Patterns by Erich Gamma, et al
* Core J2EE Patterns: Best Practices and Design Strategies, Second Edition by Deepak Alur et al

Out of the 4 I used the Cade and Roberts book a lot, the Martin Fowler book a bit, the Erich Gamma et al book a bit and the Deepak Alur et al book hardly at all.

I already had a copy of the last 3 books, if I did not then I probably would not have bought them just for the exam.

As an aside Core J2EE Patterns book is available electronically from the sun Web Site here just click on a pattern for the description of the pattern.

Mat
 
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Hello Mat,

Thanks Much for the information,I shall follow your advice.

Cheers
-Praful
 
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