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Hello after web service I would like to get OCMJD certification and I am wondering how to face it.
I know this kind of certification is different from the others and it truly proves your java skills with assigment and essay rather than multiple choice exam but
I really need a book like reference (it's physiological for me); my plan is first to finish "SCJD Exam with J2SE 5 Second Edition" book and roberto perillo notes. After take the "Developing Applications With the Java SE 6 Platform" course from oracle, it looks the most interesting course to my needs and best suited for this certification (I guess so)
how does it sounds ?
thanks
Davide
 
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Excellent book choice! I used the same one Roberto's paper is also a great resource for this certification. Those 2 resources and this forum will almost guarantee passing this certification.

Regarding Oracle's course: if it's most interesting for your needs then you should simply go for it. But ddon't take this certification into account when deciding which course to take. Because you really don't need a course to pass this certification: the book, the paper, this forum and your effort will be more than enough to pass. If you plan to take the Architect certification I would opt for a course which is on both lists, so you already meet the mandatory course requirement for that certification too
 
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Alright!

The paper that my good buddy Roel mentioned can be found here.
 
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Sourav Sarker,
Your post was moved to a https://coderanch.com:80/t/616784";" target="_new" rel="nofollow">new topic.
 
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Thanks a lot for your nice answers and tips. Roel I take the course mainly because is mandatory :-) and I hope with the one I choosed could fill my gaps because I still feel a little weak to handle whole project all by myself
from the design to implementation
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