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Hello All,

I am a beginners, for SOA / ESB, can you please suggest link / book for beginners?

Is there any certificate for SOA / ESB from Oracle?

Thanks for your guidance.
 
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Hello there. Looks like you posted this 4 months ago, so I am guessing you got your answers. If not, let me know. Its an area I have interest/experience in, so may be able to point you in the right direct, etc.
 
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Hello Theo,

Thanks for your reply. I would appreciate your guidance and it would be great help if you can please share some information.

Thanks.
 
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Hi there. Would be helpful if you could first summarise what you know already, e.g. what your background is, what software paradigms you understand already and what you know of SOA and ESB so far etc, so that I'm not trying to teach you to suck eggs or pointing out resources that are not necessary. Also, your motivation/need for learning might help.
 
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