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Abdul Latif
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i passed scjp in january and now iam looking for another certification
iam interested in doing oracle
can any oracle certified tell me how to complete the exams, which books to read
what is the cost of the exam and everthing thats necessary for it
please help me
are there any learning sites for oracle
 
Muhammad Farooq
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Hi Abdul Latif,
Congrats on passing SCJP2 and welcome to the world of Oracle. For complete info on Oracle Certification track please visit Oracle Certification Homepage. Please do let me know if anything else I can do for you.
HIH,
 
Jamal Hasanov
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Guys,
I've also passed SCJP2 and want to prepare for OCA(Oracle Certified Associate).
Does anybody knows, useful forums(like Javaranch) for Oracle Certification?
Thanx a lot,
Jamal
 
Jessica Sant
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Moving to Product Certifications, please continue the discussion there
[ April 21, 2002: Message edited by: Jessica Sant ]
 
Dirk Schreckmann
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Originally posted by Jamal Hasanov:
Does anybody knows, useful forums(like Javaranch) for Oracle Certification?

While its focus is not Oracle Certification, JavaRanch does maitain an Oracle/OAS focused forum. So, if you have a question about some aspect of using/learning Oracle, that's probably a decent place to ask.
Good Luck.
 
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