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McKenzie digital version

 
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Hello,
I am from Argentina and i want to buy the book of McKenzie. Is there any pdf, epub or Kindle format. The dollar and the shipping are very expensive in my country.

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Hi Marcos. Welcome to Coderanch.

i want to buy the book of McKenzie



Which book is this? What is the title of the book and the complete name of its author(s).
 
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Hi Marcos

Are you referring to this book? This is for the old java associate (v5/6) exam. According to amazon, there is no digital (kindle) format.
 
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Any version. I think this is the last one .
http://www.amazon.com/Certified-Associate-Questions-CX-310-019-Paperback/dp/B009O2C8EG/ref=sr_1_8?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1405729403&sr=1-8&keywords=McKenzie+java
 
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Just curious, are you really interested in the old associate exam? Because this exam is primarily for project managers, business analyst, and such who need some Java background. It is not for would-be programmer.

So what is your goal?
 
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I want to continue my training and improve my CV. Mi idea is certificate these ones 1Z0-803 and 1Z0-804. so i can go for the Oracle Certified Master, Java EE 6 Enterprise Architect. Do you think it has no value?
 
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First off, 803 and 804 are the exams for OCAJP7 and OCPJP7 respectively.

If your ultimate goal is the enterprise architect which does not have prerequisite certifications, but experience surely counts.

I don't know your Java experience or background but getting OCPJP7 surely helps. Since the OCPJP is the prerequisite for the other "developer" certs.

If I were you, start with the OCAJP7.
 
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