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New Certification Exam: Java EE 7 Application Developer

 
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It looks like Oracle has released a new certification. It is called:

Java EE 7 Application Developer
 
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It seems like combination of all previous Java EE 6 certifications from 1Z0-895 to 1Z0-899 plus Batch API and Websockets. Really wide spectrum for preparation.
 
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Can anyone suggest any books that might help with exam preparation ?
 
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I plan to do this exam by the beginning of next year, and am a bit clueless of how to prepare. There is no mock exam available as I can see, neither on enthuware, epractizelabs nor mindhub.com. See also the thread on enthuware about 1z0-900.

There is an official tutorial on java ee 7 that was recommended in a question on stackoverflow. This tutorial can be downloaded as PDF (980 pages!) and seems quite elaborated. I'm not sure if the book (together with volume 2) is the printed version, however I will print it myself.

I ordered the book which seems to cover most of the topics in the exam description (except maybe security), and also had a look at resp. , which is bigger, but seems to cover less topics.
 
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Hi,

I have only two certifications: 1Z0-808 and 1Z0-809.  I'm in difficult with the preparation for this exam. what books did you buy?

Thanks a lot!
 
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If you haven't done any previous JEE exam it will be an enormous task. You will have to go through a number of books (or relevant specs). You might even start with preparing one of the previous EE exams and see how much work it is.

Have you read this thread? Note that Mikalai Zaikin had almost all previous EE-certifications and found this one very difficult....
 
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@Frits Walraven if did I study from the link of the official tutorial official tutorial of Java EE 7 (about 1000 pages)?
And if did I use this book Java EE 7: The Big Picture ?
Could they be sufficient?
 
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Could they be sufficient?


I am not sure but maybe Mikalai can answer that. Just post the question here and see what he thinks.
 
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