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I have a plan to do SCJP2 after SCJP.
Any body here could give information on
specific books,time required etc.I know
a little Oracle.
 
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Originally posted by ANUJI PHILIP:
I have a plan to do SCJP2 after SCJP.
Any body here could give information on
specific books,time required etc.I know
a little Oracle.


Can you explain what is SCJP2?
 
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sir,
It's a mistake,I mean as I have passed now
Sun Certified Programmer for java2 platform,
now I want to write for Oracle JDevoloper exam.
Could you please say about books and time needed
to complete this certification.
 
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Sorry I can't help you, but I'm really interested as I'm going for a 7 month training in Oracle.
As I understand there is a certification for Oracle and another for Jdeveloppper?
If you find some information let me know
 
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