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Recent posts by James Nuzzi

Hello All,

I passed the SCJP 6 Upgrade Exam this morning with a 91% score!

There were only about 4 - 6 Java 6 specific questions (Console class and NavigableSet/NavigableMap). The rest was similar to the SCJP 5 exam questions.
13 years ago
Hi,

I was wondering if IntelliJ has any support for PHP development, either natively or through a plugin/extension.


Thanks,

Jim
Well, I passed also!

I guess we will have to wait for the actual scores though.

Originally posted by Nicholas Cheung:

Anyone who completed the beta will receive an email from Prometric. Read the email carefully and you can see that the discounted voucher will be sent out before 31/3/2005, and in case, if you cannot receive it, you can send a request to Prometric for follow-up purposes.



Today is April 1 and I have not received my voucher yet. Has anyone received the voucher yet?
I would focus on the Format and xFormat classes. (x being Date, Number, etc.)
[ January 31, 2005: Message edited by: James Nuzzi ]
You may not have your JAVA_HOME set correctly.
Also, make sure that j2ee.jar is in your CLASSPATH.
Please post the values for J2EE_HOME, JAVA_HOME, and CLASSPATH.
[ March 15, 2004: Message edited by: James Nuzzi ]
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Where is this position located?
17 years ago
I think you need to add the current directory and j2ee.jar to your classpath.
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    19 years ago
    You can protect your code with code obfuscation. This basically "scrambles" the code. This does not, however, completely protect your code from decompilation. It only makes it harder. Also, there may be some side-effects to obfuscating your code, like performance issues.

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    James Nuzzi
    SCJP, SCJD, SCWCD
    20 years ago

    Originally posted by Ian Darwin:
    Thanks for asking! I wrote the book aimed at people that know
    the basic syntax of Java and are looking to "do more with
    Java" by learning about the many parts of the Java API.
    So the answer is "both" in a way; once you know the
    language, the rest of learning Java well consists of learning
    the API. The book provides answers to many, many "how-to"
    questions along with code examples; some are simple and some
    are more complex, depending on the task at hand.


    Thanks! BTW, how much JFC/SWING is covered in the book? Also, how much is there about multi-threading?
    Thanks Again
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    James Nuzzi
    SCJP, SCJD, SCWCD
    20 years ago
    What experience level is this book written towards? Is it for beginners or more experienced developers?
    Thanks
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    James Nuzzi
    SCJP, SCJD, SCWCD
    20 years ago
    Thank you to all who responded.
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    James Nuzzi
    SCJP, SCJD, SCWCD
    Does this book cover message driven beans?
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    James Nuzzi
    SCJP, SCJD, SCWCD
    Welcome Craig A. Berry and Matjaz Juric!
    Glad to have you.
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    James Nuzzi
    SCJP, SCJD, SCWCD