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Developer examination, query.

 
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Hi all,
Just a question to ask of the passing surfers here @ the saloon. I've completed and uploaded my assignment and booked my follow-up examination. If anyone has any suggestions or previous experience in studying for this examination, I would be glad of any pointers or areas to concentrate my studies around.
Thanks in advance,
Peter Mc Laughlin, SCJP (Aug 2001)
 
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All they asked where questions like: how have you done locking, what where the options for synchronization, simple blabla questions to ensure you are the person who has developed the submitted system.
No SCJP-style questions.
But that was just my exam, so if anybody had different experience...
 
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