Haydar Kadum

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To hide empty packages:

Select the Filters command from the Package Explorer's drop-down menu.
In the exclude list select the checkbox for Empty packages.


Source(IBM): http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/wasinfo/v6r0/index.jsp?topic=/org.eclipse.jdt.doc.user/tasks/tasks-183.htm
Most of you probably already know about Oracle SCJP changes, more expensive, higher passing score, less time..etc

But this time Oracle started messing with next level certification of SCJD in a really bad way, get this, effective October this year, all SCJD seeker will have to pay Oracle extra 2,250-3,250$ before they can get their certificates.
Any one taking SCJD is obligated to take at least one Java course as a mandatory requirement, and the cost of these classes ranges between 2,250 and 3,250$, this "improvement" seems to me pure non-sense and profit thing only, look at the list of the exams that you MUST take one of them if you want this certificate,

Java Programming Language, Java SE 6
Fundamentals of the Java Programming Language, Java SE 6
Developing Applications With the Java SE 6 Platform
Object-Oriented Analysis and Design Using UML
Java SE Performance Tuning
Java Programming I (Japan Only)


So, let me get this straight, if you are trying to be a recognized java developer, you not only have to be a certified programmer first -Sun requirement- but you also need to take a mandatory class about (Fundamentals of the Java Programming Language) -Oracle requirement-, for 2,250$, does that make sense to you? What the

Or may be you might be interested in not wasting your time/money and go for something that can actually be useful and related like (Developing Applications With the Java SE 6 Platform) course but ohh its going to cost you 3,250$ this one.

Whats really bothering me, some of these classes actually come with an affordable buying options, e.g. (Developing Applications With the Java SE 6 Platform) can be bought as a Self Study Online course for 840$, so you can study it your self, but wait! that is unacceptable, you must buy the option labeled "Instructor-Led Training" or the one labeled "Live Virtual Class" which they both cost 3,250$.
I was planning to get this certificate by my self, since they don't support this at work, but no way, no way I can come up with extra 2,250$ and waste it on learning (Fundamentals of the Java Programming Language) which is something I learned long time ago when I got my Associate certificate.

Would be nice to see some other opinions,

Source: Click Here

I need to build a mid-size Java web app, one of the tings the app should do is present the user with a text (standard HTML page), user then selects (highlights) certain words in the text and click "SomeButton", the app should create and return a list of the highlighted words, e.g. create an ArrayList<String> with all the phrases stored there, same time the app should change the background color of the words/phrases that the user already selected to make them aware of what has been and has not been selected.
Is this doable with good old JSP/Servlet? how? I have been considering bringing and learning new UI-focused technologies to help me with this like JSF and JavaFX, is this unnecessary?

Thanks for help.
8 years ago