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Getting a handle on the SCJD

 
Burk Hufnagel
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I'm sure it's been asked and answered many times, but while searching for a FAQ I found the statement that JR doesn't have one to encourage people to ask and answer just these kinds of things... so consider this me doing my bit to help.
Without giving away the details of the project, can someone tell me the scope? I've figured out that it's a client/server system with a database of some kind and we can use sockets or RMI to connect the two parts.
I'm trying to figure out what a "reasonable" time estimate would be for an experienced developer with a strong GUI but weak database background would be.
Thanks for your help.
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Give it about 80 - 120 hours work time.
Just an estimate, it could be less if score is not important.
Mark
 
Burk Hufnagel
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Thanks for the info.
BTW, do you know if we're limited to a specific verion of the JDK, or can we use anything from 1.2 on up?
(I originally mistyped .2 for the version)
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You are not limited by version. However, I think 1.3.1 would be the best to use. I would try to shy away from 1.4 just because of it's newness.
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Burk Hufnagel
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Thanks again. I appreciate the quick response too.
 
Johnny O'Boylan
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I believe that you MUST use Java 1.2 (Java 2) or newer for the Java 2 Developer Cert. Read the Specifications again!
 
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