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OCMJEA 6 - 807 Exam Study notes

 
Sergio Figueras
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Hi folks,

I'm publishing my study notes for OCMJEA 6 807 exam (first part), they're based on Oracle Official guide and other stuff that I've found on internet. It's responsive, so you can study with your mobile anywhere, as I'm doing. I'm still doing the last chapters, but the firsts are ok (I think). It's divided into each certification objectives.

Addr: http://ocmjea6.webflow.com

Best,

Sergio.
 
K. Tsang
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Looks good.
 
Tom Jos
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Thanks for the efforts. But the UML related stuff wont help you for the Exam part 1. So anything under heading "CERTIFICATION OBJECTIVE 2.04 - Identify the effects of OOAS in Java EE Architecture" need not require for the exam part 1. This is my understanding. Please share your idea.

Thanks
Tom
 
Sergio Figueras
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Tom Jos wrote:Thanks for the efforts. But the UML related stuff wont help you for the Exam part 1. So anything under heading "CERTIFICATION OBJECTIVE 2.04 - Identify the effects of OOAS in Java EE Architecture" need not require for the exam part 1. This is my understanding. Please share your idea.

Thanks
Tom


Hi Tom, thanks for your reply!

Yes, it doesn't help for the first part. But I'm resuming the book, and this is located in that chapter. But I agree with you. Soon I'll remove the UML part. ;)

Best,

Sergio.
 
K. Tsang
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Actually UML may not be relevant for part 1, but it is for part 2/3.

I suggest your design patterns section has a class diagram for each pattern so that you can refer to later on.

Edit: In terms of UML, you should ought to know the classification of each diagram (eg behavior or structure).
 
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