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Hello,

I recently passed the Oracle Certified Associate Java 8 exam, and now I am interested in taking the Oracle Certified Professional Java 8 exam. Since there is no study guide yet on the market, and I am a relative beginner at Java (although I have practiced a bit of the topics found in the Oracle Certified Professional Java 7 exam on my own with the respective study guides), I was looking for opinions from anyone who may have taken the classroom course training provided by Oracle for the Professional exams. I am planning on taking the "live virtual class" course, and in the description can be found here:

http://education.oracle.com/pls/web_prod-plq-dad/view_pdf?c_org_id=1001&c_lang=US&c_id=D84838GC10

I have the enthuware mock exams already, and the book called Core Java 8 for the Impatient, so I hope to be somewhat familiar with the topics by the time the course I intend to take starts in December.

Thank you for any feedback.


 
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