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Congratulations Jeanne and Scott. I hope this book will be successful as your previous books too  
My question:

Which new topics were added and which topics were modified in this book comparing your previous OCA 8 book?
 
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How much time do you have?  

Java 11 has a number of new features over Java 8 (var, modules, etc) although that wasn't the only major change.  The structure of the exam itself.  The Java 11 1Z0-815 exam is generally more difficult than the Java 8 1Z0-808 exam it replaced.  Whereas with the 1Z0-808 exam, we covered the basics and left the more complicated stuff for the second exam, this time we had to cover a lot of front this time around.  Put simply, the 1Z0-815 exam is about making sure you have a solid foundation in the core Java topics, while the 1Z0-816 is about expanding your knowledge into deeper and broader subjects.
 
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