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Hi, my first post here. I did SJCP and I want to start developer exam, I tried to read all info, but I'm still very confused. Thru all that transition Prometric-> Pearson VUE, extra ~2000 euro after 1 august, vouchers and the rest I'm in the point I dont know where to even start now. So please, could someone explain to me, what's the path now? And should I even start it now(with lets say 2 optimistic weeks to make the code) can I fit before 1 Aug with all waiting periods in between.
I wish I could be more optimistic, but 2 weeks is too short. Even an experienced developer will face the fact that he has a lot of work to do. Design the application. Implement all required MUST thingies. Document all made choices. Write javadoc comments. Write a manual.
Furthermore, write JUnit tests (or something similar), test on other pc's / OS.
And we all know when we say "I'm almost finished....just need to do this and that"...and then we end up being busy for another 2-5 days.
One final note: if you're really good and you have detailed knowledge about everything you need to do (because you followed these topics for a long time), well then maybe....
man..14 days is still a short time.
If you have a wife/girlfriend (=cool) and a full time job (=also cool)...well then this assignment would take too much time (=not cool).
Whatever you decision might be: good luck.
This forum contains a lot of information about this exam.
SCJP, SCWCD, SCJD
Joined: Jun 14, 2011
Yes, I belive 2 weeks is highly optimistic, tho its still 6 weeks till 1 Aug But thats not the problem for me, problem is, like you said this forum contains a lot of information about this exam, thing is right now in the middle of changing rules its too much information for me. I simply dont know where to start now
If you can dedicate yourself for 2 weeks exclusively on the assignment (that's 10-12 hours a day working on it), you might be able to pull it off in 2 weeks.
Where to start now? If you decided to take this certification, just make a web account on pearson vue, purchase the assignment and then download it and you're able to start. When you are finished, submit the assignment and then you're able to purchase and schedule the essay exam.
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