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hi, all javaguys,

i finished SCJP 1.4 certification in last jan-27th-2005.
now i want SCJA material and tips, plz help me.


regards,
mano.
 
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Originally posted by mano karan:
hi, all javaguys,

i finished SCJP 1.4 certification in last jan-27th-2005.
now i want SCJA material and tips, plz help me.


regards,
mano.



Dear Mano,

For SCJA, as we are the first takers, it may be too early to expect mocks / study guides. I went thru the exam objectives and noted that SCJA is something of a "Sun Certified Junior Architect" kind of exam, its Sun Certified Enterprise Architect - ( Architecture + Patterns ) + Fundamentals of all other Sun Java Certifications ( SCJP + SCJD + SCBCD + SCWCD + SCMAD + SCJDWS i.e. J2SE + J2EE + J2ME ) + Basics of Algorithms + +- ++--

Section 1,3) OOPS, Java-OOPS ----------------- SCJP
Section 2) UML ------------------------------- SCEA
Section 4) Algorithims ----------------------- General Computing
Section 5) Java development ------------------ SCJP
Section 6) Java Integration technologies ----- SCJP, SCJD, SCWCD
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - SCBCD, SCEA, SCMAD
Section 7,8) Java Client Server Technologies - All Sun Java certs

This exam tests in breadth of java's coverage as platform
independent language, not depth in any particular Java technology.

Hence I would rely on trying to use the study materials already
available on the web for the above labels, organised by SCJA topics at

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Sun_Certified_Java_Associate/links/

As you completed SCJP, SCJA should not be too difficult. Read the JavaRanch discussion

SCJP versus SCJA

Regards,
Mahesh
[ June 05, 2005: Message edited by: Mahesh Kumaraguru ]
 
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hi ..
i don't think and make an assumption that someone who has passed sjcp will find that scja easy to passed...

imo, its even harder than scjp ...

lets try...

what do you think Nickholas?



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