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Passed OCMJD

Erik Zwetsloot

Joined: Jun 22, 2011
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This is actually my first post on this forum! Today I have received the e-mail from Oracle telling me I am among the "1% elite" having the OCMJD. It's quite a good feeling

My score was 371/400 which is good enough for me, as I really had to work against the clock to get it all done before the mandatory course requirement set in. I submitted the assignment 12th of July and wrote the essay on 15 July. The outcome was visible in the Pearson Vue site about two days ago. I've found a lot of useful discussions on the OCMJD on this forum, and it absolutely helped me to make the best of the assignment.

I want to thank especially Roberto Perillo for your excellent paper on the OCMJD! I followed your architectural guidelines and it really helped me structure my application. Also, Roel de Nijs, thank you for your valuable comments in many discussions! These also helped me think about stuff I might otherwise have simply ignored! Andrew Monkhouse, if you are reading this, your book was also very helpful to me. It really put me in a good starting position!

Good luck to all those still waiting for their result
arulk pillai
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Congrats and keep up the good work

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Roberto Perillo

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Alright, Erik! I'm very happy my paper was helpful to you! Congratulations for the achievement, champion!

Cheers, Bob "John Lennon" Perillo
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