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confused with OCP certificates comparing with old version sun certificates  RSS feed

 
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Many years ago there were Sun Certified Java Programmer (multiple choice exams),  Sun Certified Java Developer (project and exam).

Today we have "OCA Jave 8 Programmer" and  " OCP  Java 8 programmer".  How do they map to the SUN certificate in terms of level and difficulty ?

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Hilda,
Imagine the SCJP (Sun Certified Java Programmer) split into thirds. The easiest third is the OCA. The rest is the OCP.

 
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