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OCP Oracle Certified Professional Java SE 11 questions

 
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Hi Hanumant,

First of all welcome to the ranch and thanks for delivering this valuable resource for Java Certification training.

I'm an ORACLE Certified Professional Java SE 8 programmer and I'd like to make the upgrade to Java SE 11 certification, so I'd like to ask you the follow questions:

1. Which of the Java SE 8 exam topics  do you think have experimented major changes in the new certification for 11th edition?

2. Considering the fact that Java SE 11 is the major release after Java SE 8, which of the topics related to new features introduced from Java 9 do you think require a deeper learning and understanding considering exam goals?

Thanks in avance for your answer.

Best Regards

Esteban Suárez
 
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Esteban Suarez wrote:Hi Hanumant,

First of all welcome to the ranch and thanks for delivering this valuable resource for Java Certification training.

I'm an ORACLE Certified Professional Java SE 8 programmer and I'd like to make the upgrade to Java SE 11 certification, so I'd like to ask you the follow questions:

1. Which of the Java SE 8 exam topics  do you think have experimented major changes in the new certification for 11th edition?


We have documented it here: https://enthuware.com/pass-1z0-816-certification-exam

Esteban Suarez wrote:
2. Considering the fact that Java SE 11 is the major release after Java SE 8, which of the topics related to new features introduced from Java 9 do you think require a deeper learning and understanding considering exam goals?


In general, the exam uses streams a lot. Even when a question doesn't have anything to do with streams, it may use some or the other stream/collection API for its boilerplate code. It would be good if you get comfortable with their usage. We have seen candidates panicking in the exam because they thought the exam is only about streams and collections

From the new topics, "Secure Coding in Java SE Application" is a bit complicated. But Secure Coding Guidelines should take care of it.
You also need to have a clear understanding how to migrate to modular applications. You need to know what named, automatic, and unnamed modules can and cannot "read". What to put on classpath and what to put on modulepath gets a bit difficult to remember. Analyzing dependencies using jdeps is also a pain (from answering questions on the exam point of view).

 
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Hi again Hanumant,

Thank you for your answers, your valuable advices and for the links off course, they contain many useful tips to start desining a training plan for the upgrade.

 
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Hello, I have had the opportunity to migrate an API from Java 8 version to Java 11, I started from the update of dependencies in gradle, during the process there are changes in the way to install CA certificates, and core packages for Legacy Web Services have disappeared. I could not conclude by changing priorities, but it is evident that considerable effort is required to migrate to Java 11. Does the certification dazzle in the new improvements over the previous ones to sell the idea to IT managers?
 
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