This week's book giveaway is in the OCAJP 8 forum. We're giving away four copies of OCA Java SE 8 Programmer I Study Guide and have Edward Finegan & Robert Liguori on-line! See this thread for details.
Hello, all ranchers I am Ahasanur Rahman (Azad) from Bangladesh; I have passed just two days ago with 76% score. Although I was expecting a high score .... but I am thankful that java is my first language that I started just ten months ago and by this time I also completed SCWCD course. I hope that after 2 or 3 months I shall appear this exam. I have got very poor marks in ‘Declaration and access control’ 62%, and ‘Operators and Assignments’ 57% that I can not imagine. And others Flow Control and exception handling 85% Garbage Collection 100% Language Fundamentals 88% Overloading, Overriding, etc 71% Threads 71% java.AWT package 75% java.lang package 100% java.util package 100% java.io package80% Although I have no post but I have got a lot of important thinks from this site. I am proudly wanted to share my success with all the members of Javaranch, specially my teacher Muhammad Ashikuzzaman (Fahim) who is very well known at this site. Also all of my ExecuTrain friends Arif, Emran, Rito, Akmal vai, Awal vai, Sumi and ranchers: Valmurugan(his notes is really useful), Maha anna,Ajith kalambella,Rob Ross, Oscar, Leena Rane, Jamal, Jose, Dave, TVS Sundaram, Corey, Mika, Nazmul Huda(my deshi). For all coming new SCJP guys, I think that ‘Khalid A. Mughal’ is the best book, then RHE, ‘Exam cram’ are also good. jq+ is the best mock test, plz take it seriously. Jwhiz is also better, then Marcus, javaprepare, javacap, sun guoqiao’s, go4java are good. Best Wishes to all those taking the exam! In our country (Bangladesh) java is not vastly used so I am little bit confused, and can not understand what should I do although I am preparing for SCWCD. Please suggest me. Thanks your company Ahasanur Rahman (Azad) SCJP2. From Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Gongratulations, Ahasanur Rahman Ranchers know that, Java programmers from Bangladesh made a good tradition in Big Moose Saloon. (Nazmul Huda Sarkar-100%). We are very glad to hear good new from this country where Java thrives. Jamal Hasanov www.j-think.com