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SCJP Passed!! (93 %)

 
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Hello!,
I passed SCJP 1.4 ! (Score 93%).
How did I study?:
-I took Sun SL-275 Course.
-I took The Sun Web Based free Tutorial
( http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/ )
-I read part of RHE Book
-Whizlabs Mock Tests.
- I use Eclipse Scrapbook Pages to test code snippets and also Eclipse to browse System sources
-I have not experience as a Java Programmer, but I have been an Smalltalk developer for 8 years, so I have a great Object Oriented background (I am also IBM Certified VisualAge Smalltalk developer).
- I found answers to ALL my questions and doubts in JavaRanch Forums archive
Thanks a lot to:
- JavaRanch
- Whizlabs
- Fer
- and Cristina
Claudio
 
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Hey congrats!
thats a really great score!
 
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wow congrats
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Vivek Nidhi
 
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Thanks.
My advidse: Study a lot about Threads!!!
 
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