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Book for SCEA Level-1

 
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Hi,
Could you please suggest me the best book for SCEA Level -1 certification or direct me to a relevant thread.
I tried searching but found few threads which were pretty old.
 
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It's difficult I have asked the same question but didn't get a clear answer. I'm now reading some books over Design Patterns and UML.
 
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This question has been asked so many many times .There's no magic "best" book yet...purely because the exam encompasses a lot of
things, which would be pretty difficult to cover in a single "best" book. ..even the study guide that's due to come out later this year will not be sufficient
on it's own.You still will need to augment your knowledge with material from other publications.

Just entering "books" in the search field returned this :


https://coderanch.com/forums/jforum?module=search&action=search&forum=26&match_type=all&sort_by=time&search_keywords=books

Am sure, that's a good start to pick what you can use. Remember there's no 1 formula fits all because we have different industrial experience.I might be weak on
Security and therefore might spend a lot more time reading and mastering that , where as someone else will have a different experience....and therefore recommend
different books. However, those search results above will help you identify some of the books that past exam takers have used.
 
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Hi Javaranchers!

I could not convince myself that there is an up-to-date book list for SCEA 5. There is long list, however most of them are for the old version of the exam:

https://coderanch.com/t/437913/Architect-Certification-SCEA/certification/Help-SCEA-bibliography

https://coderanch.com/t/429640/Architect-Certification-SCEA/certification/If-you-could-choose-just


THE ONLY BOOK that I´ve heard about the last version of SCEA (310-052):

http://www.pearson.ch/Informatik/Programmierung/Java/1471/9780131482036/Sun-Certified-Enterprise-Architect-for.aspx

Very likely it will be published in December!
 
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Here's the new SCEA Guide. You can get it as a rough cut.

Sun Certified Enterprise Architect Certification Guide by Cade

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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thanks Mecenzi,

thanks for giving good link

thanks,
Pratap.
 
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