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Thinking about taking JDK 1.4 cert

 
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Hi guys.
Been awhile since I've been in this forum. I've been busy with the other certs!
Anyway, I'm winding down to doing the SCEA cert (just took the SCBCD beta yesterday, but that's another story), and think I will have some time to re-cert the SCJP for 1.4 while doing the SCEA.
I was wondering if I just reviewed my materials for the 1.3 cert and read the JDK 1.4 Tutorial by Gregory Travis, would that be enough? Will that cover all the new material.
Thoughts and suggestions, anyone?
 
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Yes, basically you need to concentrate on Assertions, equals/hashCode, collection. Rest is the same. Since you've already taken SCJP1.2, I would not be tough for you at all.
Actually, the exam would have been more interesting if it had NIO. So may be you should take it next year
 
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Originally posted by Paul Anil:
Actually, the exam would have been more interesting if it had NIO. So may be you should take it next year


I thought the 1.4 version was going to have NIO. Did they take it out? I mean, there's no point in taking it anytime soon if they are going to change it again.
 
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