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Hi all,

A while back I made a concurrent collections diagram whilst studying for my OCJP, but find I'm using useful at work as well. Anyway thought I'd share it for those studying the OCJP.

Any suggestions/corrections/etc, please reply here or create an issue on github.

There's a SVG version with working links to the javadoc for the interfaces and classes over on the github https://github.com/jaymoid/JavaConcurrentCollectionsDiagram

Cheers ~ James

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I hope to face for the Oracle Java SE 8 exam. Currently i'm following Pearson BTEC HND in Computing & System Development.

I would like to know whether i can eligible for OCPJP(Java SE 8 II) without OCAJP (Java SE 8 I) as most of of basic java theories are covered within my HND.
 
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Nishra Nasar wrote:I would like to know whether i can eligible for OCPJP(Java SE 8 II) without OCAJP (Java SE 8 I) as most of of basic java theories are covered within my HND.



A little off-topic, but the entry requirements for the Programmer exam is "Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE 8 Programmer", as stated on the Oracle website. You could try asking them nicely but I almost guarantee the answer will be no.
 
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