Roel De Nijs wrote:Hi,
Congratulations champion! Great achievement Now it's time to relax a bit and have a (well-deserved) (or 2 or 3). And if you want to spoil yourself have a Belgian beer, our beers are the best of the world
Thanks for sharing your experiences. Other ranchers will definitely benefit! Normally I would give one cow. But the experience you have posted is worth two cows! But although it's quite lengthy, this one is without any doubt the most comprehensive one
Don't forget to add your name to the OcajpWallOfFame!
Scott Selikoff wrote:Congrats Rels! Glad we could be of assistence! If I'm ever in Paris, I'll take that beer! If you liked our book so much, please consider writing a review on Amazon to help others searching for books.
Good luck on the OCP, it is noticeably more difficult, in part because the topics are very broad and there may only be 1-2 questions on a topic. I recommend reading our OCP book twice before taking the exam, especially the chapter on streams!
Paul Anilprem wrote:Congratulations, Rels!
Glad to know that our s/w was helpful in your preparation.
Thanks for the review
med sah wrote:is there some questions from the enthuware exam repeated in the certification exam ?
Roel De Nijs wrote: But sometimes other ranchers who passed the OCAJP exam mention that they did encounter several questions on the actual exam which were (very) similar with the Enthuware mock exam questions (like in this topic).
Aurelien Gamet wrote:These two pieces of code do the same damn thing, but I had only one option left to select one of them. I have no idea what the right option was. I chosed the former hoping that the question was also testing that I knew that super() was always added in the first line. I must have missed it 'cause "constructors" is on the objective list I missed.
Aurelien Gamet wrote:In another ambiguous question I had something like this statement:
"All Runtime exceptions are recoverable."
This blanket statement seemed wrong to me, but all the others options seemed even more false so I selected it, knowing I was probably missing something. I got it wrong too on the objective missed.
Aurelien Gamet wrote:But 92% means I missed like 6 questions I think, so there are 3 other questions I missed and I have absolutely no idea what they are since they all seem quite easy to me.
Aurelien Gamet wrote:Thanks all the people posting in this forum. Come drink with me if you live in Paris!
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