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1Z0-813 & OCP Java SE 8 Programmer II Exam Guide (Sierra, Bates)

 
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I'm thinking of doing the upgrade exam from java 6 to 8.

I liked the Sierra/Bates book when I did the java 6 exam, so I thought I'd stick with those authors.

Could anyone with experience of that book comment on a couple of questions?

Assuming I have a good grasp of the material required for the java 6 exam, is it reasonable to start with volume II? Or, would I find that volume II assumed knowledge of some post java 6 feature that had already been explained in the first volume?

Secondly, does the book contain a checklist of what pages/chapters need to be mastered for the upgrade exam? The preview at Amazon cuts off at the point where my guess is that any such table would be.

 
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