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The most boring Sun objectives in the book are nicely interwoven with the gems of Kathy Sierra was a lead developer for the SCJP exam for Java 5 and Java 6. Bert Bates was a lead developer for many of Sun's Java certification exams. SCJP Sun Certified Programmer for Java 6 Study Guide Hardcover – Import, 16 Aug OCA/OCP Java SE 7 Programmer I & II Study Guide (Exams 1Z &. Bert Bates (Santa Cruz, CA) is a Sun Certified Programmer for Java and has been developing software for the last 20 years. Search results. of 22 results for Books: "Kathy Sierra" by Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates . Sun Certified Programmer For Java 5 Scjp ().

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Not sure about Kathy's book for ocjp 8. Meanwhile you can check this list of useful books and other resources which will help you in preparing. SCJP Sun Certified Programmer for Java 6 Study Guide. by Bert Bates, Kathy Sierra. Publisher: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media. Release Date: July SCJP Study Guide - Katherine Sierra,Bert Bates.

Heck, even the multithreading APIs are much the same. That's really sad if that's the case.

It's a great programming book, period, and it should live on. I hope the authors rework it into a general Java guide.

For my part, I recommend it to anyone who wants to learn Java.

The newer Java versions are mostly a superset of the old ones, so you won't be wasting your time. Okay, my take while reading the book and doing the quizzes at the end of each chapter was that this had to be the most worthless certification on the planet.

The quiz questions seemed more inclined to try to trick and misdirect than to really test anything of value, so I was pretty down on it as a result. But I had committed to taking the exam, so I prepared anyway.

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I read the book twice and did all the questions at the end, studying the answers ca The book seems good at what it is designed for. I read the book twice and did all the questions at the end, studying the answers carefully. The real exam had virtually none of the dumb trickery that the practice stuff had.

So I'd say the book did a good job of tricking me into studying more than enough to pass the exam--I wish I had spent less time preparing, although I am happy with the result. If anything, the book's practice questions may be overly discouraging and difficult--they might cause some folks to give up on taking the real exam who ought to press ahead anyway. This is the book to read.

Each chapter followed by a set of example questions, and those are brutal. If you're gearing up for the Java SE7 exam, you'd better wait for the follow up to this great book to come out. Online sources I used the following a lot: The official Oracle Java API docs : It helps you a lot to look up methods you come across while studying, to find out what exceptions they throw, if any, what arguments they take etc.

And as an added bonus, Bert Bates is a forum-regular, so it's great to be able to learn from one of the authors of the book. The Enthuware forums : You might be wondering what this "Enthuware" is, exactly, but we'll get to that later. The forums are full of good info on the exam, and Java in general.

Enthuware Mock exams I told you, we'd get there right? At some point I decided that reading and learning from the book, and making the questions from the book, wasn't enough preparation.

I needed some "fake" exams to practice. Looking around at Coderanch, I saw a lot of recommendations for the Enthuware mock exams. Well, those recommendations were spot on! I must say, those were 20 bucks very well spent!

Basically, what you get is cross-platform software that emulates the exam-software at the Pearson VUE institute where you'll be taking the real exam. Together with that you get a question bank with as much as 13 practice exams and a series of questions for each exam objective. The questions are tuned to be a bit harder than "the real thing", but that's actually great to toughen you up.

The software also has a built-in chat client so you can ask questions from the good people of Enthuware. Expect to be using this program a lot, if you want to prepare decently!

The preparation These are the steps I took to ensure a good passing rate for the exam: I read the book cover to cover. I read chapter 1 and 2 twice, because I had a "false start".

This actually helped a lot because those chapters contain fundamental stuff that's imperative to understand in order to fully comprehend the later chapters.

After reading and learning each chapter, I took some time making the practice questions for that chapter, and reviewing them. The reviewing part is especially important!

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I made an overview in Excel detailing what exam objectives are covered in what chapters. Because I made it, you don't have to! I actually kept score of everything I did, including the practice questions in the book.This is the book to read. I don't think it will help me land a Java job as everyone seems to want Java experience prior to even giving you an interview.

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I read the book twice and did all the questions at the end, studying the answers carefully. Overall I recommend this book to anyone who uses Java and wants to learn the intricacies of it. Since there is a lot of material available FREE of cost on the internet, preparation is not that difficult, but you need to get syllabus right. Fisrt the Self-Assessment chapters, then a Practice Exam, then some tips and then more 3 Practice Exam chapters, so you can read the book from cover to cover, and you should read it in the order: start from chapter 1, then chapter 2, and on.

Though I prefer to read multiple books to get the view from different authors, as some author connects to me more than others, but if you are running short of time and have a goal to become Oracle Certified Java programmer within a few months, I think following only one book is enough, provided it cover everything.