Rahul " The Archtect " Mahindrakar has successfully completed the developer exam. He passed with 146/155 score. Great. Great <h1> CONGRATULATIONS. HEARTIEST CONGRATULATIONS. </H1> Now , Rahul is Sun Certified Java Programmer Sun Certified Java Programmer ( Beta ) Sun Certified Java Developer Sun Certified Java Enterprise Architect Great Qualifications. He will be asset to any organisation. For javaranch , everybody knows about his contribution. This is great achievement when you have hectic work schedule , just new born baby & what not. Your Friendly Bartender Shailesh.
Hearty Congratulations from my side too ! I guess rahul had some problem with the exam sometime back regarding README file ! He had gone thru tough times to achieve this. You will be the inspiration !! Ravi.
you are right , ravi. Please read his mail on this. Don't voilate any instruction given by sun for submitting the assignment. now , there is no chance of resubmission also. so , all the people going for developer . please read the instructions carefully & submit the assignment. Your Friendly bartender Shailesh.
It was a long journey of nearly 8 months and a host of problems with my submission but i finally did it. The following is my Test: Sun Certified Developer for the Java 2 Platform (310-027) Date Taken: 2001-06-20 08:35:16.247 Registration Number: g13syd02aa Site: ii74 Grade: P Score: 147 Comment: This report shows the total points that could have been awarded in each section and the actual number of points you were awarded. This is provided to give you per-section feedback on your strengths. The maximum possible # of points is 155; the minimum to pass is 124. General Considerations(maximum = 72): 70 Documentation(maximum = 10): 10 Object-Oriented Design(maximum = 6): 6 GUI(maximum = 20): 18 Data conversion program(maximum = 10): 10 Server(maximum = 37): 33 Please note that the listing above contains the Data conversion program which i think is not applicable to the new aspirants. Anyhow i made the following Design Descisions Used RMI Made a Permanent Settings Dialog Box where the client could edit the settings ie whether to use remote/local mode. If he chose local then he has to enter the database name and path and optionally the security file. In the non local mode the user has to enter the rmi server path, the Object to lookup, the security policy file and port. Handled validations too for this dialog box ex port cannot be non-numeric etc. The user could change the mode at runtime through changing the settings in the settings dialog a box and connecting again to a server from the menu Server -> connect. I have implemented the Observer and the Abstract Factory pattern. The Destination and the Origin are dynamically generated from data from the server and have not been hard coaded. The application works only with a Security Policy file. Hope this helps.
posted 19 years ago
By the way shailesh i have yet to compelte the part II and III for the Architect program so i am still not a SCJEA. I can only say i am a scjea(Part I).
Hi Rahul, <h1>Congratulations.</h1> Well Done. I hope u clear the remaining 2 exams of Architect soon. ALL the Best. I am new to this developer section and this is my first post in developer section. I passed SCJP2 on 29th May Now I want to go for SCJD. So I am in immense need of ur help for where to start from. I dont have any real time project experience in Java though I am comfortable in advance topics to some extent. I hope I will get the required help here. Neeraj ------------------ Neeraj Thakkar Sun Certified Programmer for Java 2 Platform [This message has been edited by Neeraj Thakkar (edited June 20, 2001).]
Neeraj Thakkar<br />"Try to get what you like,Else you will be forced to like what you get."
posted 19 years ago
I hope I will get the required help here.
Neeraj, Thats what we have volunteered here to do. I do hope you post your doubts here and also offer suggestions for others too. Just go ahead and you will be able to do it. Its not so difficult. [This message has been edited by Rahul Mahindrakar (edited June 21, 2001).]
Congradulation Rahul In your mark sheet for SCJD <quote> Please note that the listing above contains the Data conversion program which i think is not applicable to the new aspirants. </quote> What exactly does that mean .. could you please elaborate
Earlier versions of the assignment where given an ASCII file containing the flights. In this version of the assign they were required to write a program to read the text file and create the database and insert the records.