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OCP Oracle Certified Professional Java SE 11 Developer Practice Tests: Is this the right Java 8

 
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I see you have also written a similar book for Java 8.. I haven't taken a certification since Java 5 and feel its time to update.

I have experience of Java 8 but not Java 11, should I use your Java 8 book and do the Java 8 certification first or just go for the Java 11 exam?

Best of luck with the book

Thanks Kevin.
 
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Kevin,
If you are just starting out, I recommend taking the Java 11 exam. It's a harder exam. But I'd expect the Java 8 exam to be retired sometime within the next year or so. I'd be worried that you start studying for the 8 exam and then have to start over.
 
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