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Anyone at JavaRanch passed yet?

 
Paul Ralph
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I have seen a number of people here in this forum taking, or planning to take, this exam. What I haven't seen (unfortunately) is the great announcement of someone passing.
If I've missed it, could you repeat your announcement? If not, perhaps someone who is making progress with the SCJD could share a partial success?
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naveen sahu
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IMO ,in the under going process from programmer to developer , a programmer get fully developed (mentally & logically both). that's why they were not having intrust in kid's show. giving thanks to many peoples like notes i think are funny. (they have not won the oscar).
and to showing the respect to a person by this way is not the only way. basically for the whole world i am a "atheist", because i won't like to go to church , temple, masque etc. i am not intrusted in all that drama's. i believe in god heartedly. i mean it.

refer following link http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum25/HTML/000181.html
in this link there is a java developer talking to some one. and i think that man
Vladan Radovanovic is really a developer.
probabely people agree with me.

[This message has been edited by naveen sahu (edited December 20, 2000).]
 
Paul Ralph
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First off, thank you for the link -- it answered my question. (Yes, there is at least one SCJD visiting here, because Vladan Radovanovic said that he had passed.)
The rest was a little confusing, let me see if I can restate what you are saying: The reason people don't announce that they have become an SCJD is that announcing is a "kid's show" and that some people who post their thanks end up sounding like they are giving an acceptance speech for winning an Oscar. There are better ways to show respect than through outward acts.
Please correct me if I am wrong.
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naveen sahu
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it may be difference of way of thinking . (may be )
 
Roseanne Zhang
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Not direct answer of yours, but you might be interested.
We have twenty something people passed the test, and shared their experiences with us. Their names are on our honor page here:
http://members.spree.com/education/developergrp/honor.htm
Two of them shared their experiences in detail here: http://members.spree.com/education/developergrp/Guideline.HTM http://members.spree.com/education/developergrp/code/Paco.htm
All others are in our archives here: http://www.egroups.com/group/java-dev-test
Roseanne
 
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