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Hi Team,

I tried to learn the first topic Basics of java twice but still not completely prepared or still I dont feel confident that I know it completely .It would be great if some one can suggest if we have an online course(like udemy, etc...)

Thanks,
Poornima
 
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There is certainly training that you can take if you choose to:
  • Oracle provides training, you can see that listed on this Java 808 page.
  • Person Vue Live Lessons has some courses as noted here

  • However I suggest that before you spend money that you take a look at some of the stories on the OCA and OCP Walls of Fame located here:
  • https://coderanch.com/wiki/659980/Ocajp-Wall-Fame
  • https://coderanch.com/wiki/659976/Ocpjp-Wall-Fame

  • In reading those stories you can see what resources others used to learn and how they prepared.
    Also not that the OCA 808 exam is considered easier then the OCP 809 exam so try for that one first.
     
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