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Hello everyone,
I am new to the developer forum. I passed by SJP last week with good marks, and now I am trying to figure out what to do next (I miss the hours slamming my head against the wall in study!).
So I think the next thing I am going to tackle is the Developer's exam. I am a hand's on kind of guy when it comes to development so thought this would be the best. Is it realistic for someone with only a bit of Java experience to pass this exam if they are willing to do the grunt work required?
Also, since you have to submit your code for inspection, I would imagine there is a tidy industry of qualified "Proofers" that would examine your code (for a fee) and point out weaknesses, design flaws etc. Am I right in assuming this? Where would one find such people?
Thanks in advance
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