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Passed OCMJEA 1Z0-807, 1Z0-865, 1Z0-866  RSS feed

 
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Today I would like to comment a little about my trajectory until the approval of the 3 main steps to obtain the Java EE 6 Enterprise Architect Certified Master OCMJEA (part 1 1Z0-807, part 2 1Z0-865 and part 3 1Z0-866).

In November of last year I was tested in the first stage OCMJEA part 1 (1Z0-807) with 81% of profit and, this week, finally, after 12 days of waiting I was surprised with the result of the examination of steps OCMJEA part 2 (1Z0 -865) and OCMJEA part 3 (1Z0-866). I was very happy because I was approved with note 148.

I have been a developer for 5 years and have always had a pre-disposition to enhance my skills related to building and maintaining system architectures.

Here is a brief summary of my study schedule:

part 1 (1Z0-807) 5/1/2018 to 11/11/2018: I studied for 6 months and used the following material:

books:
-SCEA Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java EE Study Guide (Exam 310-051) [Allen & Bambara 2007-07-12]

-OCM Java® EE 6 Enterprise Architect Exam Guide

-Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1

Simulated:
-https: //www.whizlabs.com/ (after reading the books I started an exhaustive period of solving practical questions and at the moment the documentation provided by oracle helped me a lot).

part 2 (1Z0-865) 1/10/2019 to 4/6/2019: The solution developed was Quick Computer and I developed it in a simple and intuitive way. My biggest difficulty was not fully mastering the UML laws. I have used the following material for the best understanding of UML:

-Learning UML 2.0 "by Miles, Russ

The topics published by Donald Bell have helped me a lot in understanding the diagrams.

part 3 (1Z0-866) 04/10/2019 to 4/20/2019: I performed the step two weeks after submitting the project and used as a basis the questions provided by the OCM Java® EE 6 Enterprise Architect Exam Guide.

I was very happy with the result and I affirm that I gained a lot of knowledge during the process of preparation for the steps of this certification.

I would like to thank the support given to me by Caio Bessa.
 
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Congratulations !    

Did you take mandatory training from Oracle ?
 
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Congratulations and welcome to the Ranch
 
Adriano Palomino
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I will course the mandatory training Architect Enterprise applications with Java EE and my training are scheduled to the next month.  
 
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Hi Adriano,
Congratulations on your achievement. I am also preparing for OCMJEA and have targeted to appear for 1z0-807 in July.  Thank you for sharing your experience and preparation path.

Did you use any mock question(simulator other than whizlab?

Did you read any book for Security part?
Thanks.
 
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Hi SwapanB Biswas,

In my trajectory i also used the mock provided by SCEA Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java EE Study Guide (Total Tester) and i think the Documentation provided by oracle also helped me very much to accomplish this step.
 
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