1 Reply Latest reply: Sep 24, 2005 5:19 AM by 843853 RSS

    scjp preparation

    843853
      Hi,
      I am recently came to know that certification will plays a vital role in our career. Now I'm intereted in preparing for scjp. I know jdk 1.4 but not much 1.5. What is the suitable and helpful in future to take certification?
      Is it compulsory to take training from sun like Java Programming Language (SL-275) and some other? I can't pay the additional amounts.
      I'm practicing with javaranch roundup games and mock test papers and have books Complete Java 2 Certification Study Guide by Simon Robert, phillip heller n michale... and Sun Certified Programmer & Developer for Java 2 Study Guide by Kathy Sierra.
      Is it right that exam simulators very useful. Can u give some free sites for it?
      Please help me in getting information or any other suggesions for the preparation...
      Thanks.... __Anand
        • 1. Re: scjp preparation
          843853
          I am recently came to know that certification will
          plays a vital role in our career. Now I'm intereted
          in preparing for scjp. I know jdk 1.4 but not much
          1.5. What is the suitable and helpful in future to
          take certification?
          I guess you should read up on the new features in 1.5 and appear.
          Is it compulsory to take training from sun like Java
          Programming Language (SL-275) and some other? I can't
          pay the additional amounts.
          No.
          I'm practicing with javaranch roundup games and mock
          test papers and have books Complete Java 2
          Certification Study Guide by Simon Robert, phillip
          heller n michale... and Sun Certified Programmer &
          Developer for Java 2 Study Guide by Kathy Sierra.
          Is it right that exam simulators very useful. Can u
          give some free sites for it?
          The resources you are using sound pretty good. If you are interested in knowing Java better, I would recommend "The Java Programming Language" by James Gosling. :)