|Starting Date||Cover||Book||Author(s)||Publisher||CodeRanch Forum|
|February 23||OCP Oracle Certified Professional Java SE 11 Developer Practice Tests||Scott Selikoff and Jeanne Boyarsky||Sybex||OCP|
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Billy Tsai wrote:Are the practice tests also applicable to the upgrade exam?
Billy Tsai wrote:is this certification the most up to date one? should we be concerned about another certification for new version of Java?
Scott Selikoff wrote:I think I/O, specifically serialization and streams, is too important so I'd be surprised if they removed it. NIO.2 is more debatable though.
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