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Where do I start?

 
tony hutcheson
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I just found JavaRanch a few weeks ago (and let me just say that I am impressed). I just passed the SJCP (barely) but I would like my coding "nitpicked". I am currently revising Assignment 1.1 per Marilyn (thank you for your evaluation). I am sure doing the assignments will make me a better programmer (the first one already enlightened me to performance issues).
My question is this : should I skip ahead on assignments considering that I have my certification or should I continue to follow the path? I have no problem doing the latter, I just don't want to waste anyone's time.
Thanks to JavaRanch and all who participate.
 
Marilyn de Queiroz
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Tony,
You can work on the assignments ahead of time, but you must turn them in one at a time. In other words, you must have satisfied the nitpicker (currently me) on 1.1 before you may submit 1.2 and so on.
 
tony hutcheson
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Marilyn,
Thanks for your reply and I look forward to my code being reviewed.
 
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