Robbi Palacios

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Recent posts by Robbi Palacios

Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Welcome back!



Thanks Jeanne! Feels like one helluva renewal. Java Rulez!!!
6 years ago

Mikalai Zaikin wrote:Welcome back, Robbi !

Just to note: current latest architect certification is based on Java EE 6 version, not Java EE 7.

Best regards,
MZ



It's great to hear from one of the legendary Java Ranchers! Thanks Mikalai!!!
6 years ago

Scott Winterbourne wrote:Welcome back Robbi.

Were you doing work with another language for a while?



Well, it's still Java but the technologies are quite old. Felt like i was stuck in quicksand. Just lost the "Passion/Enthusiasm" before. Right now,
I realized it is my Mission to become a great Architect. Feels like a ray of sunshine from Heaven.
6 years ago
It feels great to be back at Java Ranch. The feeling is like going back to a long lost sweet heart. One day i woke up then i felt this
burning love for the Java Language again. I never realized how long i deviated from the true path of the Jedi. Know i feel the force
flowing me through me intensely. Unfortunately, like all those who went a stray i have to work my way up again starting with Java 7
certification. This time, i will work it up to the Architect Level. God bless and may the Force/Flow be with you!!!
6 years ago

Originally posted by Bert Bates:
Congerats Robbi!

That's a fine score.

Bert



Thank you so much Bert. Your book rocks! God bless
you always. You're the man! One of the best guys in
this planet. Keep up the excellent work as a excellent
author.
14 years ago

Originally posted by Nilesh Patel:
Hi Robby,

can you login at http://www.certmanager.net/sun ???

I am not now!!!



Hi Nilesh,

Yup I can login already. Wait for 1 day more. It took me one day
before I could login to certmanager.net.

Thanks so much for the support. Congrats again.
14 years ago
Congratulations Nilesh!
14 years ago
Don't worry to much about that mock exam, add 40 points to your score. Focus on the mistakes you made which is really helpfull before you take the exam.
I think these people passed because they prepared hard
enough. To tell you the truth I had a difficult time
with the exam.

What's your score by the way to post something like that?
Why won't you put your real name?

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[ September 03, 2006: Message edited by: Robbi Palacios ]
[ September 03, 2006: Message edited by: David O'Meara ]
Hi guys,

I managed to pass scjp 5.0. Got only 93% but I managed to get
90% on generics, got 87% on concurency;unfortunately, I
received a critical hit on fundamentals, and flow control
what a life! Anyway, I'm quite happy i passed.

Thanks so much to all the wonderfull people here for the support
and Bert Bates and Kathy Sierra for their wonderfull book.

God bless to everyone!
[ September 22, 2008: Message edited by: Robbi Palacios ]
14 years ago
Man, I just got 45% in Master Exam. What a life. Am I doomed? Some people tell me that I should be getting at least 80% on it. Is this bad? I'm totally wasted. Is going for the exam at this point a good idea or
should i cancel again and decide to try later? Please be kind and help.
[ August 25, 2006: Message edited by: Robbi Palacios ]
I scheduled my Exam this coming Saturday. I studied very
hard but there are so many stuff to remember I'm consistently
scoring 59% on all the mock exams. I really feel overwhelmed.
I'll just pray hard. I'll just keep my heart strong.

I guess there's no turning back. I've had enough, 3 months of
sheer torture. Tell you my results this coming Monday. Hope I pass.

[ August 24, 2006: Message edited by: Robbi Palacios ]
[ August 31, 2006: Message edited by: Robbi Palacios ]
Hahaha , i guess someday I'll be a better jackass than
my boss.
14 years ago

Originally posted by Deepak Mahboobani:
Any pointers to books on topics such as:

1. How to win an argument
2. How to have things your way
3. How to be diplomatic
4. How to use jargons in "management talks"

I can think one of though I haven't read it: Don't say Yes when you want to say No



I was thinking this way before whenever i lose a debate
with my boss over a new requirement. Later, when I checked his
background I found out he was a VP before so this guy must have
lots of training of how to be a jackass. So, I guess bosses are good
examples to observe.
14 years ago
You might try assembly language. You can use to it program any
electronic device you invent then try to make a robot.
14 years ago