This week's giveaway is in the EJB and other Java EE Technologies forum. We're giving away four copies of EJB 3 in Action and have Debu Panda, Reza Rahman, Ryan Cuprak, and Michael Remijan on-line! See this thread for details.
Well This is my 100th post in this forum ,and i think i have been highly interactive in the forum, and have learned new things,some complicated some easy but too tricky. I would like to thank Mr.Barry Gaunt,Bert Bates,Marcus Green,and all others who supported me and awnsered the questions that I posted. And now i request you Ranchers to answer one of my Toughest question that I am not able to awnser,
Am I prepared for SCJP 5.0? You people have already seen some of my answers and Questions that I have posted in this forum.
I want you to answer my this question so that I could know where I stand today.
Once again Thanking you all.
Regards<br />Sandy<br />[SCJP 5.0 - 75%]<br />[SCWCD 1.4 - 85%]<br />------------------<br />Tiger, Tiger burning bright,<br />Like a geek who works all night,<br />What new-fangled bit or byte,<br />Could ease the hacker's weary plight?
Congratulations on your 100th post Sandy! You have made a good point: Answering or trying to answer other posters' questions is an excellent and effective way to learn Java. I did the same when studying for my SCJP 1.4 (and I made a lot of mistakes in the process - and I still make some, that is part of the learning process.)
Only you know if you are ready for SCJP 5.0: how are you getting on with the new Java 5.0 topics on generics, enums, boxing, object serialization, etc.? -Barry
Thanx for your reply. As this forum has mostly 1.4 questions, so if I would be judged according to 1.4 I think I stand strong. But for the new topics included in SCJP 5 I cannot judge due to lack of study material in the market.
How did you do with the sample mocks we posted? Think about not only how many questins you got correct, but also about how well you understood the ins and outs of the topics... that sample was heavily weighted towards the new topics.
Spot false dilemmas now, ask me how!
(If you're not on the edge, you're taking up too much room.)