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Hi folks!
My question is about what u would do in my situation, in the best interest of my career.
I work in a banking environment and have 3 years of J2EE experience.
I have taken the java programmer 1.4 certification, and am thinking about WHAT certification to do next.
The question really is should i wait with the �Developer for the java 2 platform� exam or even skip it, and do the �Web Component Developer for Java 2 platform enterprise edition� as j2ee is my field. Or should i do them both, and in which order ?
What do u ppl recommend me ?
All views appreciated.
Thanx.
Hi folks!
My question is about what u would do in my situation, in the best interest of my career.
I work in a banking environment and have 3 years of J2EE experience.
I have taken the java programmer 1.4 certification, and am thinking about WHAT certification to do next.
The question really is should i wait with the �Developer for the java 2 platform� exam or even skip it, and do the �Web Component Developer for Java 2 platform enterprise edition� as j2ee is my field. Or should i do them both, and in which order ?
What do u ppl recommend me ?
All views appreciated.
Thanx.
Thanx Parmeet, Dan's got some good exams. But remember, they are very difficult, so dont be let off, if u dont get them right the first time.
Dan's
And then u got the Marcus green have made, their difficulty i felt was more like the real exam:
Exam1
Exam2
Exam3
Good luck !
15 years ago
Jose, i did give the exam today, resulting in 86 % jipppi
JIPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPIIIIIIIIIIII !
I GAVE THE EXAM NOW. THE QUESTIONS WERE HARDER THAN I THOUGHT. I HAVE BEEN STUDYING FOR THE EXAM JUST FOR 1 1/2 WEEK. BUT IT HAS TO BE SAID I WORK WITH THIS STUFF REGULARLY, (NOT THREADS THOUGH). DID TWO-THREE MOCK EXAMS. BUT READ THROUGH THE KATHY & BERT AND DID THE QUESTIONS IN IT. ITS A GREAT BOOK, I RECOMMEND IT. THANX KATHY AND BERRRRRRRT
I AM SOOOOOOOOOOO HAPPPY !
THANX FOR ALL UR HELP, ALL OF U, LOOOOOOOOVE U ALL !
[ August 21, 2003: Message edited by: Shafkat Talli ]
15 years ago
hmm i wonder too, is it possible that Thread1 one could in some circumstances wait 4ever ?
if a thread throws a interruptedexception, what happends with the thread, does it die ? or does it go back to runnable, or does it still wait ?
Ah i understand the code now, thanx, for ur help, and i think i have to take it now, have postponed it too much
GOD HELP ME, HEHEH
-Both wait and sleep method throws a InterruptedException, do we need to know for the exam how InterruptedException can happen ? if so, anyone got a answer ?
where can one find Dans exams ? i have the real exam 2morrow, would be nice to have a go...
HI there, i got the real exam tomorrow. I am trying to find some good mock exams for java 1.4. But the only one i could find for 1.4 was one of the marcus green's.
ive look at the faq at this site, but i keep finding ones for 1.2
Hi, have my exam tomorrow, wish me luck, i am really nervous, just been studyin for 2 weeks, but have some java experience from be4. Anyway i have my fingers crossed
My question is:
I have some problems understanding the way wait() method works on objects. I understand the processing of code, but have some problem with the general understanding.
Plz tell me if my view on this code is right or wrong:
There are two threads here ThreadA and ThreadB. Thread A starts of running first, it calls and makes a ThreadB object, and executes the ThreadB on line 4.

ThreadA continues to process, and on line 6 it becomes the owner of object b (with other words it gets the lock on this object). ThreadA now waits until it gets notified, and gets runnable again and a candidate to run. When ThreadB gets to line 24, it notifies ThreadA.
MY QUESTIONS NOW ARE:
-it is said that a call to wait() on an object, makes a thread leave the running state. As ThreadA did in the example. BUT I ALSO READ SOMEWHERE
that when the wait()-method is invoked on an object, the thread executing that code gives up its lock ? this i dont understand, how can one thread get to be a owner of a lock and at the same time release all its locks ??? i dont know what im saying but im confused
-by the way shouldnt "int total" instance variable in ThreadB (line 17) be private ? cause some other class in this same package could get access to it and corrupt it ?

[ Jess added UBB [code] tags to preserve whitespace, check 'em out! ]
[ August 20, 2003: Message edited by: Jessica Sant ]
i would have gone for a and b and f, anyone knows the right answer ???
by the way, my english isnt very good, what does Traversing really mean ?