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Java EE6 Certifications are set to retire March 31, 2019  RSS feed

 
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If you want still to get certified in:

  • Java EE 6 Enterprise JavaBeans Developer  
  • Java EE 6 JavaServer Faces Developer
  • Java EE 6 Web Services Developer
  • Java EE 6 Java Persistence API Developer
  • Java EE 6 Web Component Developer

  • you better be quick because they all set to retire on March 31st, 2019.
     
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    And what's the reason? Could you provide a link?
     
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    Ekaterina Galkina wrote:And what's the reason? . . .

    Because the version EE6 is outdated.
     
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    Will 1Z0-898 (JPA) be replaced by a new one? Maybe it's already there?
     
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    Ekaterina Galkina wrote:Will 1Z0-898 (JPA) be replaced by a new one? Maybe it's already there?


    The only Java EE certification that is (part of) a replacement is the Java EE 7 Application Developer exam. I haven't seen any other announcements.
     
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    And OCM JEA Java EE 6 seems to stay (yes, it's attributed as Java EE 6)
     
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    Interesting how they announced this on the individual exam pages, but not the retirement list!
     
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    So, that means all those J2EE 6 exams will be included in one single Java EE 7 application developer exam?
    My next goal is Spring framework 5 professional exam.
    If anyone knows any good mock exams for Spring, please let us know. Thanks.
     
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    Himai Minh wrote: So, that means all those J2EE 6 exams will be included in one single Java EE 7 application developer exam?


    Sort of, but 1Z0-900 als contains CDI, JMS, Java batch, Websockets and the Concurrency API.
     
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