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Hello
Can you please recommend me a good book, or an online source for learning more about modularization?
I'm currently preparing for the IZO-815, mostly using using the existing Java 8 sources - "OCA: Oracle Certified Associate Java SE 8 Programmer I Study Guide: Exam 1Z0-808", written by by Jeanne Boyarsky  and Scott Selikoff.
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Welcome to the Ranch again.

Let's search Packt and Manning, where I found this. Maybe those resources will be of use to you.
 
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:Welcome to the Ranch again.

Let's search Packt and Manning, where I found this. Maybe those resources will be of use to you.



Thanks a lot for the recommendations!
I'll start with Manning's The Java Module System
 
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Here are a few:

The State of the Module System

The Modular JDK

The Java Platform Module System ( JSR 376)

All of the above are very informative, not too hard to understand, free, and cover all you need to know for both the certification exams (part 1 and 2)!
 
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Paul Anilprem wrote:Here are a few:

The State of the Module System

The Modular JDK

The Java Platform Module System ( JSR 376)

All of the above are very informative, not too hard to understand, free, and cover all you need to know for both the certification exams (part 1 and 2)!



Thanks! I will definitively go over those:)
 
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We spent *a lot* of time writing the module chapter for our new 1Z0-815 exam book.  If you can wait a week, you can get the study guide which covers the topic as you will need to know it for the exam.
 
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Scott Selikoff wrote:We spent *a lot* of time writing the module chapter for our new 1Z0-815 exam book.  If you can wait a week, you can get the study guide which covers the topic as you will need to know it for the exam.



Yes, I'm really looking forward to your new book!
 
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