Barkat-- if you are familar with how computer science programs are structured at universities, then those courses were the extent of my experience with Java, C, and C++. But I HONESTLY felt like my Java experience going into the test was very little; basically a one-semester course on basic Java three years ago (semantics, basic OO) and then a two-semester course on Software Engineering principles a year ago (emphasis was NOT coding) where I developed a Java-based app (used the MIDI api and a few design patterns). I also did read through O'Reilly's Java in a Nutshell series (minus the large reference sections, ARE YOU INSANE!?! ), but that was two years ago as well. I'll cite K&B's book again as my primary source of information (and enjoyment; their small jokes came just at the right times in the text).
I do not have any Java programming experience. Neither C or C++. I have used Visual FoxPro alot and SAS and SQL ext. Nothing technical like Java or C. I have been preparing for this test for a while on part time basis. Still I am getting like 83% in K & B master test. I guess I have long ways to go....
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