Girish Bal

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Are Java8 certifications still relevant? Java 10 is out now and 11 is coming soon. With Java releases happening every 6 months, how are the certfications going to keep up?
Have they taken the beta out? Now they show full pricing...

Roel De Nijs wrote:This exam will be in beta in Late 2015.



That's great! That gives enough time for a thorough preparation! I am planning to study the topics/materials of OCPJP7 upgrade (805) and OCPJP8 upgrade (810) exams.
So finally Oracle has announced the Java8 upgrade exam for OCPJP6, SCJP1.4 etc.

https://education.oracle.com/pls/web_prod-plq-dad/db_pages.getpage?page_id=5001&get_params=p_exam_id:1Z0-813

It is in Beta, but not yet available for taking it seems.

Any information on the start and end dates of the beta?
Yes, I know of course! Have been using it since I started prep! Thanks for keeping them updated !

Mikalai Zaikin wrote: The shortest way will be to upgrade to Java 7 (1Z0-805) and then upgrade to Java 8 (1Z0-810)



Yes! This is the path I am also going to follow to upgrade myself from 1.4 to 8.

SCJP 1.4 ---1Z0805---> OCPJP7 ----1Z0810----> OCPJP8

Welcome to the ranch!

Please refer to the FAQs. The details are same for any place irrespective of the country.
Did you create both classes in Type 1 and Type 2 in same package?

manu lix wrote:

Maybe, I am confused with interfaces



Only in interfaces, the methods are public and abstract by default.

Roel De Nijs wrote:

Girish Bal wrote:Having Generic Exception at interface level and Specific one at implementation level solves the issue. But I am not sure whether you are looking at such a solution.


Your code snippet is totally different than the code in the original post as your code list exactly the same method declaration in both interfaces. So you can't compare them at all.



It was the change I made to the original code to get it work. That's why it is "totally different" ...
Having Generic Exception at interface level and Specific one at implementation level solves the issue. But I am not sure whether you are looking at such a solution.

This compiles fine:



I am using Java 7.