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Passed OCMJD

Harrison Mfula
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Joined: Jan 08, 2011
Posts: 7

Greetings Ranchers,
I passed the OCMJD certification (368/400). I used this forum to find clues and answers to most questions I had during the certification process.
Special thanks to :
Roberto Perillo for the wonderful intros:
- database file reader: dbfile-reader
- locking test samples: locking
- OCMJD intoduction and best practices:ocmjd-paper-roberto-perillo.pdf
Andrew Monkhouse: For the very pragmatic book, complete with all you need to prepare and pass the OCMJD certification:scjd-book

To those Ranchers who still have not yet decided on which certification to take after OCJP, I think OCMJD is a very wonderful certification in which you will learn more and apply a great deal of what you learned in OCJP certification.

Since my results took about 3 months to come I already started preparing for OCBCD certification.

Thanks everybody


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Vimal Kumar Venugopal
Ranch Hand

Joined: Aug 20, 2011
Posts: 43

Harrison,

Congrats!!! It would be an awesome experience to take up OCMJD I guess..

Another feather to your hat!

Regards,
Ron


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Harrison Mfula
Greenhorn

Joined: Jan 08, 2011
Posts: 7

Thanks Ron,
Its amazing, how much knowlege you can get from this certification and this forum.
Roberto Perillo
Bartender

Joined: Dec 28, 2007
Posts: 2268
    
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Howdy, Harrison!

Congratulations for the achievement, champ! I'm very glad that my material could help you in your journey!

I know this certification isn't easy, so take some time to rest and enjoy your achievement!!!


Cheers, Bob "John Lennon" Perillo
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