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Hey guys, I am new to the forum but have read some of the complaints about the new oracle certification path. I happen to be in the same boat and seriously looking for solutions. It is quite startling that no of you expert brains offer a cheaper course to help the 'greenhorns'. As I see it, anyone that can offer an online based course weekly will help folks like me at a fraction of the price oracle will be charging in 2 months. Hope you guys feel the same way...
I don't see the point of a cheaper online based course, because from August 1, 2011 anybody has to follow an Oracle instructor-led course. So that course would be useless. And you still have 2 months, which is enough time to still pass the exam before the mandatory course requirement kicks in
I actually meant a 'hands-on-tutorial-course' before august 1. I am sure thats the only way newbies can complete the project before this deadline. Benefit for newbies and financial benefit for the ranch hands...
Maybe have a look at this thread. It's the closest you'll get to the hands-on-tutorial-course.
I think you'll want to become an OCMJD without making any effort and just spend some money. Sorry dude, that's not how it works (it's almost the same as asking for a dump for e.g. OCPJP exam and that's against the policies of this forum)
Joined: May 25, 2011
Calm down Roel. The problem with successfully completing this certification is the time constraint. SCJPs have successfully understood the theory required but being able to co-ordinate and apply this knowledge is a bit of a stretch( surely that is the reason candidates were previously given 1 year to complete). Some people just need pointing in the right direction within the short time and it must be a complement to be paid for your knowledge. It was just a thought...