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Follow-up exam

 
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Hi there Java cowboys! I just submitted my SCJD assignment. Unfortunately I did not learn about this site before, there are lots of useful stuff here!
Anyway, I am scheduled for the follow-up exam, and I'm wondering if it's a big deal. What's it all about, and what do I need to do for preparing... memorize my own code?? I guess I might review my design choices document once more. Any other advice?
Thor
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System development? What's the big deal about putting pixels to a screen anyway?
 
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Just know the advantages and disadvantages of RMI vs. socket/serialization. You might want to quickly read through your code, but you certainly don't have to memorize it. Other than that, there's nothing to do. I seriously wonder if ANYONE has ever failed the certification because of the follow-up exam.
 
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