krishnadhar Mellacheruvu wrote:So any valuable suggestions in this regard would be of great help.
krishnadhar Mellacheruvu wrote:Thanks for the reply. It cleared most of the doubts that i have. I would go for OCAJP 8 which is the most recent one. That would pave the way for me to move ahead in java. and once again your reply was a saver. Thanks for that once again..
krishnadhar Mellacheruvu wrote:Hi
I am relatively new to Java and started learning it seriously from past 1/2 month. I was checking out the oracle's java certifications, i came across several version's of it. like Associate level - 5/6,7,8 : Professional level - 5/6,7,8 and then master level - only 5/6 as of now. I purchased ocajp 1 and ocpjp 2 of version 7 by kathy and also ocajp-1of version 8 by boyarsky and selikoff(cause of whom i came to know about this awesome forum). I also have scjp6/ocpjp6 materials at my dispossal. When i was going through ocpjp6 it looked to me as a combo of both ocajp and the professional level certifications combined. now i also know that ocajp5/6 is also there. But by going through the versions which version of exam is good to take for a fresher like me. Though i want to have ocpjp6 version which is a bit older version(which i am also preparing). I find it a bit too much(not exaggerating) for a fresher like me. What i feel is that i need to take ocajp version 8( i see that ocpjp 8 is in production and is available now ) which is the latest version and since it is an accociate level certification, this would give me a solid base for my ocpjp 8 exam and also for further certifications in java. So any valuable suggestions in this regard would be of great help. The reason for me asking this question( my change of thought from writing ocpjp6 directly to earn a professional certification) is last night i was going through the java one conference videos and i was spellbound my the awesomeness of the work that is going on. I was speechless when i came to know that java9 is in the offing)
Dipan Chokshi wrote:I am supposed to go for Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE 7 Programmer.
Dipan Chokshi wrote: Can you tell the books that you bought are good for this certification?
Dipan Chokshi wrote: I know its silly but i have to ask, how long will take to apply for exam?
Dipan Chokshi wrote:Can you tell the books that you bought are good for this certification?
Dipan Chokshi wrote:I know its silly but i have to ask, how long will take to apply for exam? I am like fresher but having strong programming background in other domain.
Dipan Chokshi wrote:Did you apply for exam as this post seems recent one? Please share all experience you had so far. Your answer will lead me from the dark tunnel to lighter side.