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Is one book sufficient?

 
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Welcome Hanumant.

I am a Java architect that has Oracle database development and tuning background. Is your one book sufficient to pass the exam or do you suggest any additional material/labs?

Thanks.
 
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Moved from welcome thre‍ad because posts there are ineligible to win the book.

Find as many practice questions as you can.
 
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Hema Chon wrote:Welcome Hanumant.

I am a Java architect that has Oracle database development and tuning background. Is your one book sufficient to pass the exam or do you suggest any additional material/labs?

Thanks.


No, the book covers only the theory part for all the topics that are on the exam. You should spend some time on solving mock exams such as the ones from enthuware.com after going through the book. They can be purchased them separately for USD 10.
 
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