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which books can i refer for ejb - i'm beginner

 
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Can you give me some book names and authors which are quite useful for beginners to ejb and also to pursue with ejb to medium level of study
 
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Head First EJB by Bert Bates and Kathy Sierra is a fantastic book. It is used by people who are trying to get the EJB certification, but it is also the best introduction to EJB book I have seen. It is actually funny in several parts and is written in a easy to understand, conversational language. I tried to learn EJB from Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans by Ed Roman, and, while it is a good book, I found it much more difficult for a beginner than the Head First book. People LOVE the Head First series. I think your choice is quite obvious - get Head First EJB and you won't be disappointed.
 
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I have used Enterprise java beans by Richard Monson Haeffel. I really liked the style in which the author writes and the way he explains things.

all nitty gritty details are explained in this book.

You can try that too.
 
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I have used "Head First EJB" by Kathy Sierra for my EJB certification.It is really good book for starters.Kathy and Bert Bates have done a great job by writing that book in comic style.
You will really enjoy learning EJB from that book.
 
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