This week's book giveaway is in the OO, Patterns, UML and Refactoring forum. We're giving away four copies of Refactoring for Software Design Smells: Managing Technical Debt and have Girish Suryanarayana, Ganesh Samarthyam & Tushar Sharma on-line! See this thread for details.
Ofcourse not much satisfied with my score. I wanted to see it atleast 90. I was stucked at threads and inner classes, even i did the same in my mocks. As I'm from southern part of India i couldn't get the book i needed. I wish i hv read K&B. Apart from my score i'm happy that i gained lotts of java knowledge. This priya is not the same as she is 2months back. Special Thanks to Dan and Javaranch where i cleared almost all my doubts.
GOODLUCK to all exam takers.I advise u all do more code and mocks (atleast a full week) and don't be hurry, pay attention to tricky negative words like not illegal, don't give compile error. It's silly to loose on such questions. Now i want go for developer exam. Actually not sure what's right for me. I'm fresh Engg graduate, so want to add couple of certifications to my resume. Can anyone suggest me in this regard. Which exam to take and books to refer. This time i don't want to take any chance I'll get the right book by hook or crook. [ November 25, 2003: Message edited by: priya varma ]
good score priya !! For your next exam, check out the current market and plan for that. why don't you try out some indian companies like TCS, Infosys...? both the companies are hiring the freshers. are you interested in these companies?
Anbudan & Mahalo,<br />Arul<br /> <br />-Not a sun certified Java professional :-)
Hi Priya, Congratulations. Plan your next exam depends on your interest and market trend. From your mail, i guess you are looking for job just come out from college.Its better to have one or more certifications on your resume.You my go for SCWCD.Hope you can do it with in two to three months(all depends on time you spent) All the best
Praveena Venigalla<br />OCP,SCJP,SCWCD,SCBCD<br />--Knowledge is attained by learning to hold one's tongue