Haven't been on here for ages so forgive me if this is a repeat question. I thought that Oracle changed the Java certification requirements such that after some past date (August or October 2011) that in order to get certified, one not only had to pass exams but also attend (and pay for expensive) classes in person, do hands on work, etc. ? Am I mistaken or did Oracle already lift this requirement? As I look at the Oracle web site for certifications, I don't see such a requirement.
This may or may not apply to this exam. Anyone know for sure?
Jeff Stanford wrote:Am I mistaken or did Oracle already lift this requirement?
Have a look at the OCMJD certification page and be amazed It only applies to that particular certification (and the enterprise architect one), so not for this one or all the other certification exams with multiple choice like questions (ocpjp, ocpjbcd,..)
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