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new to java, passed SCJP 1.4 with 86%

 
Ken Lee
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I am relatively new to java, and don't have alot of experience developing java application professionally, only some in-house app (I am working as a VB/SQL/DB developer), and some leisure coding with Lejos, a JVM runs on Lego Mindstorm robotic kit. (really fun stuff).
I don't think I am the first one mention this, nonetheless, I recommand J@Whiz to anyone who is looking for a commercial Test preperation package. I would pass the test without JWhiz, but put it this way, i would credit 15% to 20% of my score to it.
The java language spec is very helpul to help me understand many concepts, no need to read the whole thing to pass the test though.
The next step for me is to put all these excellent concepts and ideas that I've acquired into something more useful, i.e. developing comercial Java app. :-) Any project/idea/job?
Thank everyone for all the help/infomation/tip you posted in this forum. It is a real privilege to be part of this great community.
 
Valentin Crettaz
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KenL,
Good job and welcome to Javaranch
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