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What is new exam?

 
vasu maj
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Hi,
I have registered for SCJD long ago and deviated to scwcd and then scbcd. I would like to now concentrate on the developer project. What is the new exam being referred here? What has changed now? If I had already downloaded the project do I need to change anything?

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Vasu
 
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Vasu, I'd stay with the project that you downloaded. That is the assignment they are expecting you to submit. If you were to go to the Galton website and redownloaded the assignment, it would end up being one of the new assignments. But since you signed up before that time, stick with what you have.
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Arun Kumar
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I had the same issue. I downloaded a flight booking assignment (in march 2003) and i didnt do it atall and lost the jar file.
I again downloaded the assignment this august, and i got the contractor project. I sent a mail to SUN and they said its upto me to stick with one of the projects complete it and submit it as per the instructions.
 
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HS Thomas
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Hi ,
On the SCJD FAQ there is a new category for Object-Orientated Design.
Do they mean Design Patterns ?
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Andrew Monkhouse
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HI HS,
Possibly.
It could also be basic OO techniques. For example: do you use inheritance / polymorphism correctly? Do you have huge monolithic classes? Do you have too many static methods? And so on.
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Thsnks Andrew.
 
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