What is the value of the OCJP certificate

  1. 29.05.2006, 18:30#1
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    SCJP (Sun Certified Java Programmer) advanced SCDJWS

    Hello everybody

    I just wanted to ask briefly whether someone had the SCJP (Sun Certified Java Programmer) certificate and then the SCDJWS (Sun Certified Developer for Java Web Services) for J2EE.

    As I will soon be finishing my computer science studies (university of applied sciences, security and software engineering specialization) and still want to do a bit of further training, the certificates are now in for me Would be happy if you already have experience with the Sun Certificates and can tell me whether they are worth something (in terms of content, does it bring something for the job, etc.) Or is it enough to just do the SCJP? I just think that, thanks to my training, I could do it with little or no effort.

    With kind regards
    AnAnAshAsh

  2. 30.05.2006, 07:51#2
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    Hello AnAnAshAbAsch

    So far, I am not aware that anyone here has such certificates.

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  3. 30.05.2006, 15:29#3
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    thx schubo, in this case i will keep looking around and squeeze people

  4. 01.07.2006, 17:06#4
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    Hello!

    I am currently preparing for the SCJP exam.

    I have already done the SL 275 course at the Sun training center (Sun's official preparation course).

    The instructor recommended the following book to me ... ISBN 0-07-225360-6 SCJP Study Guide.

    I will get in touch here as soon as I have taken the exam. However, this will take a while ... the book still has about 500 pages .

    Perhaps I can answer one or the other question now ...

    greeting
    snakedj

  5. 02.07.2006, 13:00#5
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    Well then I wish you the best of luck with the exam


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  6. 24.12.2006, 03:22#6
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    Something has happened for me too, I found a job at the beginning of January (after I had studied for 3 years now ) In any case, in the first year of employment I 'have to' take the Java Programmer, the Java Developer and the Web Component Developer. It will be a pretty big challenge 3 certificates, but I'm looking forward to it anyway

  7. 19.10.2007, 18:08#7
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    AW: SCJP (Sun Certified Java Programmer) advanced SCDJWS

    Well, finally I found some time. I dropped the programmer today and passed it * proud * . Let's see what's next.

    Kind regards
    snakedj

  8. 02.09.2008, 16:05#8
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    AW: SCJP (Sun Certified Java Programmer) advanced SCDJWS

    Uhhm is already a bit old, but instead of opening a new thread: I'm preparing atm for the scjp ... wanted to ask what comes to the exam? are there things that you absolutely have to pay attention to? what do you have to look at? I am grateful for any information
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  9. 02.09.2008, 16:33#9
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    AW: SCJP (Sun Certified Java Programmer) advanced SCDJWS

    I passed the exam on version 1.5. I would say the exam covered pretty much all of the topics that Sun requires. In my opinion, what has to be saddle-tight are generics, threads, I / O, lists and all the autoboxing stories.

    The best thing to do is to program as many of the cases as possible and always think about why it works or not, that's best.

  10. 02.09.2008, 16:51#10
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  11. 02.09.2008, 17:23#11
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    AW: SCJP (Sun Certified Java Programmer) advanced SCDJWS

    There are three types of questions.

    1. Multiple choice with radio button, one correct answer possible
    2. Multiple choice with CheckBoxes, several correct answers
    3. Drag and drop

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