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New Java SE 11 based certification exams released today !  RSS feed

 
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https://education.oracle.com/oracle-certified-professional-java-se-11-developer/trackp_815

Have fun ;-)
 
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Summary of new topics/features
1) Modularity (from Java SE 9) and all related - migration, jdeps utility
2) Type inference (from Java SE 10) and as lambda parameters (from Java SE 11)
3) Annotations (applicable to older Java releases)
4) Security coding best practices (applicable to older Java releases)
 
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Finally
 
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Just put together the exam topics in text format (taken from the oracle website);

Java SE 11 Programmer I | 1Z0-815

Understanding Java Technology  and environment
--> Describe Java Technology and the Java development environment
--> Identify key features of the Java language

Working With Java Primitive Data Types and String APIs
--> Declare and initialize variables (including casting and promoting primitive data types)
--> Identify the scope of variables
--> Use local variable type inference
--> Create and manipulate Strings
--> Manipulate data using the StringBuilder class and its methods

Working with Java Arrays
--> Declare, instantiate, initialize and use a one-dimensional array
--> Declare, instantiate, initialize and use two-dimensional array

Creating and Using Methods
--> Create methods and constructors with arguments and return values
--> Create and invoke overloaded methods
--> Apply the static keyword to methods and fields

Reusing Implementations Through Inheritance
--> Create and use subclasses and superclasses
--> Create and extend abstract classes
--> Enable polymorphism by overriding methods
--> Utilize polymorphism to cast and call methods, differentiating object type versus reference type
--> Distinguish overloading, overriding, and hiding

Handling Exceptions
--> Describe the advantages of Exception handling and differentiate among checked exceptions, unchecked exceptions, and Errors
--> Create a try-catch block and determine how exceptions alter normal program flow
--> Create and invoke a method that throws an exception

Creating a Simple Java Program
--> Create an executable Java program with a main class
--> Compile and run a Java program from the command line
--> Create and import packages

Using Operators and Decision Constructs
--> Use Java operators including the use of parenthesis to override operator precedence
--> Use Java control statements including if, if/else, if/elseif, switch , break and continue statements
--> Create and use do/while loops, while loop, and for looping statements including nested loops
--> Describing Objects and Classes

Declare and instantiate Java objects, and explain objects' lifecycles (including creation, dereferencing by reassignment, and garbage collection)
--> Define the structure of a Java class
--> Read or write to object fields

Applying Encapsulation
--> Apply access modifiers
--> Apply encapsulation principles to a class

Programming Abstractly Through Interfaces
--> Create and implement interfaces
--> Distinguish class inheritance from interface inheritance including abstract classes
--> Declare and use List and ArrayList instances
--> Understanding Lambda Expressions

Understanding Modules
--> Describe the Modular JDK
--> Declare modules and enable access between modules
--> Describe how a modular project is compiled and run


Java SE 11 Programmer II | 1Z0-816

Java Fundamentals
--> Create and use final classes
--> Create and use inner, nested and anonymous classes
--> Create and use enumerations

Java Interfaces
--> Create and use interfaces with default methods
--> Create and use interfaces with private methods

Functional Interface and Lambda Expressions
--> Define and write functional interfaces
--> Create and use lambda expressions including statement lambdas,local-variable for lambda parameters

Built-in Functional Interfaces
--> Use interfaces from java.util.function package
--> Use core functional interfaces including Predicate, Consumer, Function and Supplier
--> Use primitive and binary variations of base interfaces of java.util,function package

Migration to a Modular Application
--> Migrate the application developed using a Java version prior to SE 9 to SE 11 including top-down and bottom-up migration,
splitting a Java SE 8 application into modules for migration
--> Run a modulaized application on classpath and on modulepath
--> Use jdeps to determine dependencies and identify way to address the cyclic dependencies

Concurrency
--> Create worker threads using Runnable, Callable and use an ExecutorService to concurrently execute tasks
--> Use java util concurrent collections and classes including CyclicBarrier and CopyOnWriteArrayList
--> Write thread-safe code
--> Identify threading problems such as deadlocks and livelocks

I/O (Fundamentals and NIO2)
--> Read data from and write console and file data using I/O streams
--> Use I/O Streams to read and write files
--> Read and write objects by using serialization
--> Use Path interface to operate on file and directory paths
--> Use Files class to check, delete, copy or move a file or directory
--> Use Stream API with Files

Database Applications with JDBC
--> Connect to databases using JDBC URLs and DriverManager
--> Use PreparedStatement to perform CRUD operations
--> Use PreparedStatement and CallableStatement APIs to perform database operations

Annotations
--> Describe the purpose of annotations and typical usage patterns
--> Apply annotations to classes and methods
--> Describe commonly used annotations in the JDK
--> Declare custom annotations

Exception Handling and Assertions
--> Use try-with-resources construct
--> Create and use custom exception classes
--> Test invariants by using assertions

Generics and Collections
--> Use wrapper classes, auto-boxing and auto-unboxing
--> Create and use generic classes, methods with diamond notation and wildcards
--> Describe Collections Framework and use key collection interfaces
--> Use Comparator and Comparable interfaces
--> Create and use convenience methods for collections

Java Stream API
--> Describe the Stream interface and pipelines
--> Use Lambda expressions and method references

Lambda Operations on Streams
--> Extract stream data using map, peek and flatMap methods
--> Search stream data using search findFirst, findAny, anyMatch, allMatch and noneMatch methods
--> Use Optional class
--> Perform calculations using count, max, min, average and sum stream operations
--> Sort a collection using lambda expressions
--> Use Collectors with streams, including the groupingBy and partitioningBy operation

Services in a Modular Application
--> Describe the components of Services including directives
--> Design a service type, load services using ServiceLoader, check for dependencies of the services including consumer and provider modules
--> Compare abstract classes with interfaces

Parallel Streams
--> Develop the code that use parallel streams
--> Implement decomposition and reduction with streams

Secure Coding in Java SE Application
--> Prevent Denial of Service in Java applications
--> Secure confidential information in Java application
--> Implement Data integrity guidelines- injections and inclusion and input validation
--> Prevent external attack of the code by limiting Accessibility and Extensibility, properly handling input validation, and mutablity
--> Secure constructing sensitive objects
--> Secure Serialization and Deserialization

Localization
--> Use Locale class
--> Use resource bundles
--> Format messages, dates, and numbers with Java
 
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There seems to be a difference in the nomenclature and certification path of the new exam. Now, they are calling it "Oracle Certified Professional: Java SE 11 Developer" certification instead of "Oracle Certified Professional: Java SE 11 Programmer" as they did earlier. Further, there is no "Associate" level certification for Java 11 anymore. You can only be a Oracle Certified Professional -  Java SE 11 Developer and for that you need to take two exams - 1Z0-815 and 1Z0-816.

So, unlike before, after taking the first exam i.e. "Java SE 11 Programmer I 1Z0-815", you won't get the OCA certification!

 
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Does anyone know if there any study guides out for this exam or in the works?
 
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Jon Cacuza wrote:Does anyone know if there any study guides out for this exam or in the works?



We have started working on it but its too early for the time line.
 
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Mikalai Zaikin wrote:https://education.oracle.com/oracle-certified-professional-java-se-11-developer/trackp_815

Have fun ;-)


If someone is prepared for java 8  OCA (1zo-808), what does he supposed to do ?
 
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Paul Anilprem wrote:There seems to be a difference in the nomenclature and certification path of the new exam. Now, they are calling it "Oracle Certified Professional: Java SE 11 Developer" certification instead of "Oracle Certified Professional: Java SE 11 Programmer" as they did earlier. Further, there is no "Associate" level certification for Java 11 anymore. You can only be a Oracle Certified Professional -  Java SE 11 Developer and for that you need to take two exams - 1Z0-815 and 1Z0-816.

So, unlike before, after taking the first exam i.e. "Java SE 11 Programmer I 1Z0-815", you won't get the OCA certification!



Is it truly so? Because in the website https://education.oracle.com/products/trackp_815 Under the Certification Levels Detail, we see OCA as a part of the Certification Level. Also, is it beneficial now to take the OCA 8 Exam, considering I've already prepared for it, but I'm leaning towards the side of giving the 1Z0-815 Exam but the fact that there won't be a certification for it is throwing me off.

Also, when will Enthuware come with Questions for the 1Z0-815 and 1Z0-816 Exams? And are there any books currently available to study so as to give the exam as early as possible?
 
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Afrah Aamer wrote:
Is it truly so? Because in the website https://education.oracle.com/products/trackp_815 Under the Certification Levels Detail, we see OCA as a part of the Certification Level. Also, is it beneficial now to take the OCA 8 Exam, considering I've already prepared for it, but I'm leaning towards the side of giving the 1Z0-815 Exam but the fact that there won't be a certification for it is throwing me off.

Also, when will Enthuware come with Questions for the 1Z0-815 and 1Z0-816 Exams? And are there any books currently available to study so as to give the exam as early as possible?



You might be misinterpreting what I wrote. Associate Level certification is available but only for the Java 8 version, which you can get by passing the 1Z0-808 exam. For Java 11, there is only the Professional certification now and this certification requires you to clear 2 exams (815 and 816). In other words, even if you clear 1z0-815 exam, you will not get any Associate certification.

I don't think there is any book for the new exam available right now because the exam was released only a few days ago but may be in a month or so.
 
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Jon Cacuza wrote:Does anyone know if there any study guides out for this exam or in the works?


Scott and I have started updating as well. We actually started (speculatively) before the exam objectives came out. The fact that they changed the structure from OCA/OCP to part 1/2 is going to delay things. Another delay is that there is no longer a beta exam. Theis means there wasn't a "lull" between objective release and general availability.
 
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Md Zuanyeed Kamal wrote:

Mikalai Zaikin wrote:https://education.oracle.com/oracle-certified-professional-java-se-11-developer/trackp_815

Have fun ;-)


If someone is prepared for java 8  OCA (1zo-808), what does he supposed to do ?


Take the OCA 8 (and OCP 8 if your goal is OCP).. It's really  hard to take an exam without a study guide. It will be a long time (years) before the OCA/OCP 8 are retired. The Java 7 exam was finally retired in 2018.
 
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All:
I created a new FAQ page for the OCP 11 exam.. I removed a lot of stuff that we've been carrying for the Java 6/7/Sun days. Please edit to add your material!
 
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I would wait if you're thinking of taking the exam (unless you're also writing a study guide).  As I detailed here, I took the first exam already and even it is quite different from the previous OCA 8, despite having similar objectives.  They made the objectives much more vague and all encompassing than the previous set.  You need to know a lot of topics from the OCA 8 and OCP 8 exams just to pass the first OCP 11 exam.

In short, both exams are now difficult.  There's no 'easy' exam anymore, so better off waiting for now!
 
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Good to hear that you took the exam. Yes, some of the objectives are too broad and I guess the exam team has changed so they moved the objectives around under different sections

But I am curious to know about some of the glaring omissions - wrapper classes, ternary operator, switch statement, enhanced for loop, and common exception classes. Did you get questions on these?


I guess they took out the Data/Time API from the exam altogether. Right?
 
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Oh, they are far from gone.  Assume you need to know everything in core java features to pass.

Dates is the only grey area.
 
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Scott Selikoff wrote:

Dates is the only grey area.


Did you get any question on it?
 
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Md Zuanyeed Kamal wrote:

Mikalai Zaikin wrote:https://education.oracle.com/oracle-certified-professional-java-se-11-developer/trackp_815

Have fun ;-)


If someone is prepared for java 8  OCA (1zo-808), what does he supposed to do ?

I to prepared for ocajp 8 I am ready to take the exam in April so is it available or not please guide me
 
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I presume you have rread Scott Selikoff's blog which I gave you a link to an hour ago.
See whether this PDF helps you.
 
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Paul Anilprem wrote:

Scott Selikoff wrote:

Dates is the only grey area.


Did you get any question on it?



It's a grey area.  Yes and no.
 
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Anyone writing a book for Upgrade OCP Java 6, 7 & 8 to Java SE 11 Developer | 1Z0-817 or creating a mock test? If yes, when would it be available?
 
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SwapanB Biswas wrote:Anyone writing a book for Upgrade OCP Java 6, 7 & 8 to Java SE 11 Developer | 1Z0-817 or creating a mock test? If yes, when would it be available?


The exam has been available for less than a week!

Most authors (like myself) would be writing a book for the OCP in general. Luckily, the objectives are the similar for part 2 and the upgrade exam so it would work for both.
 
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Paul Anilprem wrote:Now, they are calling it "Oracle Certified Professional: Java SE 11 Developer" certification instead of "Oracle Certified Professional: Java SE 11 Programmer" as they did earlier.


What is the reason of changing the name from "Programmer" to "Developer" ? is this name changing indicates of changing in the level of the certification or is it just names without any drift or meaning ?

Paul Anilprem wrote:Further, there is no "Associate" level certification for Java 11 anymore. You can only be a Oracle Certified Professional -  Java SE 11 Developer and for that you need to take two exams - 1Z0-815 and 1Z0-816.

So, unlike before, after taking the first exam i.e. "Java SE 11 Programmer I 1Z0-815", you won't get the OCA certification!


also for this point i would ask what's the reason that there is no associate level for Java 11 anymore ? , Is the associate certification not valuable in a resume when applying for a junior job ? also I've noticed at Oracle website that there is no Java Foundations certification for Java 11
 
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Ahmed Ibrahim wrote:also for this point i would ask what's the reason that there is no associate level for Java 11 anymore ? , Is the associate certification not valuable in a resume when applying for a junior job ?


Oracle addresses this in their Java 11 cert FAQ

Ahmed Ibrahim wrote:also I've noticed at Oracle website that there is no Java Foundations certification for Java 11


The Java Foundations exam is not tied to a specific version of Java. It was tested with Java 8 because that was the version of Java out at the time of the exam release. However, the content is not java 8 specifics. It doesn't cover lambdas or other Java 8 features. The Java Foundations exam wasn't launched at the same time as OCA 8 in the first place
 
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:The Java Foundations exam is not tied to a specific version of Java. It was tested with Java 8 because that was the version of Java out at the time of the exam release. However, the content is not java 8 specifics. It doesn't cover lambdas or other Java 8 features. The Java Foundations exam wasn't launched at the same time as OCA 8 in the first place


Thanks Jeanne for the explanation,

And why they changed the name from "Programmer" to "Developer" ,  is there any reason of that or they are just names !
Sorry if this question seems silly but I was just curious to know the reason.
 
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Ahmed Ibrahim wrote:And why they changed the name from "Programmer" to "Developer" ,  is there any reason of that or they are just names !
Sorry if this question seems silly but I was just curious to know the reason.


I don't work for Oracle so I don't know the reason. I can only speculate.
 
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:I can only speculate.


And do you have any speculations for that ?
 
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Ahmed Ibrahim wrote:

Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:I can only speculate.


And do you have any speculations for that ?


Possible reasons
  • The word developer is more popular
  • Development can be considered a higher level skill. Programming is turning a spec into code. Development is more than that.The fact that security is included in the cert which seems related.
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    Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Development can be considered a higher level skill. Programming is turning a spec into code. Development is more than that.The fact that security is included in the cert which seems related.


    I guess that OCP Java 11 part 2 exam will be more difficult than OCP Java 8 exam
     
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    Any book highly recommended for Upgrade OCP Java 6, 7 & 8 to Java SE 11 Developer 1Z0-817 ?
     
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    GR, please search for books, but I think it is too early for anybody to have written anything yet.
     
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    Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:

    Ahmed Ibrahim wrote:also for this point i would ask what's the reason that there is no associate level for Java 11 anymore ? , Is the associate certification not valuable in a resume when applying for a junior job ?


    Oracle addresses this in their Java 11 cert FAQ

    I found interesting table in this pdf:

    https://imgur.com/afuORSZ

    "I am Java SE 8/7/6 OCA" -> "1Z0-816"

    It seems that people with OCA can earn OCP 11 by taking only one exam. Could you confirm that Jeanne?

     
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    gino ruperez wrote:Any book highly recommended for Upgrade OCP Java 6, 7 & 8 to Java SE 11 Developer 1Z0-817 ?


    The exam objectives have been out less than a month. Nobody is going to have a book out yet.

    I recommend taking the Java 8 exam for which there are study materials.
     
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    Michał Szymanowski wrote:

    Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:

    Ahmed Ibrahim wrote:also for this point i would ask what's the reason that there is no associate level for Java 11 anymore ? , Is the associate certification not valuable in a resume when applying for a junior job ?


    Oracle addresses this in their Java 11 cert FAQ

    I found interesting table in this pdf:

    https://imgur.com/afuORSZ

    "I am Java SE 8/7/6 OCA" -> "1Z0-816"

    It seems that people with OCA can earn OCP 11 by taking only one exam. Could you confirm that Jeanne?



    Yes, this path is very useful to candidates who have spent time and money getting the OCA 7/8. They can straight away go for the OCP 11 i.e. 1z0-816 exam. I hope it is not a mistake in their FAQ because there was no OCA 6.


    I am Java SE 8/7/6 OCA Java SE: Programming II   -  Java 11: New Features (free video)  - 1Z0-816

     
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    Paul Anilprem wrote:I hope it is not a mistake in their FAQ because there was no OCA 6.



    LOL, I also thought there was no OCA 6, but in fact it was:

    Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE 5/SE 6 1Z0-850 Java SE 5 and 6, Certified Associate

    (discontinued a year ago, btw)
     
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    Mikalai Zaikin wrote:

    Paul Anilprem wrote:I hope it is not a mistake in their FAQ because there was no OCA 6.



    LOL, I also thought there was no OCA 6, but in fact it was:

    Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE 5/SE 6 1Z0-850 Java SE 5 and 6, Certified Associate

    (discontinued a year ago, btw)



    Ah...right!
    BTW, a member on OCP Java 11 Certification Whatsapp Group received a confirmation email from Oracle saying that it is indeed a valid path. If you have an OCA 6, 7, or 8 certification, you can go for the OCP 11 Part II i.e. 1Z0-816 exam.


    Dear ----,

    Thank you for your patience.

    Our records indicate that you have earned your Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE 8 Programmer credential with the Testing Id ****.

    Kindly note that candidates who hold the OCA Java SE 8 can upgrade to OCP, Java SE 11 Developer credential by passing the exam 1Z0-816. This information will be updated on our website (https://education.oracle.com/oracle-certification-exams-list) soon.

    We hope this information helps.

    Sincerely,
    OCP Team


     
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    GAH!  I just passed the OCA 1.8 exam on Thursday.   Since there are really no study guides for OCP 11 I think I will still get the OCP 1.8 cert and then do the OCP 11 Upgrade.  Most companies still seem to be using 1.8 so I still think it's a good cert to have.  Thoughts?
     
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    Here is another feedback on OCP Java 11 1Z0-815 exam.
     
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    Mitch McKenzie wrote:GAH!  I just passed the OCA 1.8 exam on Thursday. . . .

    Well done, and welcome to the Ranch

    How urgent, and how important, is it to get the Java11 cert at all?
     
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