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Java Exam Info Needed PLEASE HELP

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Hi. I am an amateur Java enthusiast. I currently work as a carpenter
and I moonlight on the weekends as a photographer. I'm trying to
transition a career change.

Which Java exam should I start with? Programmer? Or Developer?

How much of the exam will rely on memorization? How much will be from
programming skill? How do they measure my programming ability from one
exam?
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Vanessa BJ wrote:
Hi. I am an amateur Java enthusiast. I currently work as a carpenter
and I moonlight on the weekends as a photographer. I'm trying to
transition a career change.

Which Java exam should I start with? Programmer? Or Developer?


PLEASE EXPLAIN how this question is topical in:

rec.woodworking
rec.photo.digital
rec.photo.equipment.35mm

DO NOT CROSS-POST. Choose ONE newsgroup. Ask ONE question. Await a reply.

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Jul 17 '05 #2

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On 10/8/03 4:01 PM, in article vo************@corp.supernews.com, "Paul
Lutus" <no****@nosite.zzz> wrote:
Vanessa BJ wrote:
Hi. I am an amateur Java enthusiast. I currently work as a carpenter
and I moonlight on the weekends as a photographer. I'm trying to
transition a career change.

Which Java exam should I start with? Programmer? Or Developer?


PLEASE EXPLAIN how this question is topical in:

rec.woodworking
rec.photo.digital
rec.photo.equipment.35mm

DO NOT CROSS-POST. Choose ONE newsgroup. Ask ONE question. Await a reply.


I see that you are following your own advice, imbecile!
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Jul 17 '05 #3

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George Kerby wrote:
On 10/8/03 4:01 PM, in article vo************@corp.supernews.com, "Paul
Lutus" <no****@nosite.zzz> wrote:
Vanessa BJ wrote:
Hi. I am an amateur Java enthusiast. I currently work as a carpenter
and I moonlight on the weekends as a photographer. I'm trying to
transition a career change.

Which Java exam should I start with? Programmer? Or Developer?


PLEASE EXPLAIN how this question is topical in:

rec.woodworking
rec.photo.digital
rec.photo.equipment.35mm

DO NOT CROSS-POST. Choose ONE newsgroup. Ask ONE question. Await a reply.


I see that you are following your own advice, imbecile!


1. That would be the same imbecile that cross-posted his reply, in order to
join the ranks of the congenitally hypocritical?

1. Required if one expects to reach the original cross-poster. Cross-posters
regularly set followups to nonexistent or unvisited newsgrousp to avoid the
consequences of their own misbehavior. O clueless one.
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Paul Lutus
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Jul 17 '05 #4

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On 10/8/03 4:52 PM, in article vo************@corp.supernews.com, "Paul
Lutus" <no****@nosite.zzz> wrote:
George Kerby wrote:
On 10/8/03 4:01 PM, in article vo************@corp.supernews.com, "Paul
Lutus" <no****@nosite.zzz> wrote:
Vanessa BJ wrote:

Hi. I am an amateur Java enthusiast. I currently work as a carpenter
and I moonlight on the weekends as a photographer. I'm trying to
transition a career change.

Which Java exam should I start with? Programmer? Or Developer?

PLEASE EXPLAIN how this question is topical in:

rec.woodworking
rec.photo.digital
rec.photo.equipment.35mm

DO NOT CROSS-POST. Choose ONE newsgroup. Ask ONE question. Await a reply.


I see that you are following your own advice, imbecile!


1. That would be the same imbecile that cross-posted his reply, in order to
join the ranks of the congenitally hypocritical?

1. Required if one expects to reach the original cross-poster. Cross-posters
regularly set followups to nonexistent or unvisited newsgrousp to avoid the
consequences of their own misbehavior. O clueless one.


To quote you:

"1."

"1."

And you call me clueless.

Case closed!
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Jul 17 '05 #5

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In article <vo************@corp.supernews.com>, no****@nosite.zzz
says...
O clueless one.


Be careful who you call clueless there Paul. You figured it out yet?
I'll give you a little more time...

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Jul 17 '05 #6

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On 10/8/03 5:07 PM, in article
MP************************@news-server.jam.rr.com, "Todd Walker"
<tw********@hotmail.com> wrote:
In article <vo************@corp.supernews.com>, no****@nosite.zzz
says...
O clueless one.


Be careful who you call clueless there Paul. You figured it out yet?
I'll give you a little more time...


Thanks Todd!

But I think you could give him a blue moon's time and he wouldn't figure it
out...
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Jul 17 '05 #7

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Todd Walker wrote:
In article <vo************@corp.supernews.com>, no****@nosite.zzz
says...
O clueless one.


Be careful who you call clueless there Paul. You figured it out yet?
I'll give you a little more time...


People never read my point two's. That's my remedy. :)

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Jul 17 '05 #8

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On 8-Oct-2003, va*******@free.linux.net.mk (Vanessa BJ) wrote:
Which Java exam should I start with? Programmer? Or Developer?
The Programmer Exam is prerequisite to everything else (well, except the
Architect Exam, but it is way beyond most people). Therefore, it has to be
the first exam to take.
How much of the exam will rely on memorization? How much will be from
programming skill? How do they measure my programming ability from one
exam?

Memorization can possibly get you pass the Programmer Exam, because it is
all Multiple Guesses. To continue, you need real programming knowledge.
Furthermore, most hiring manager in the real world do not measure your
ability by the certification alone. They are more interested in your
"actual working" experience.

Hope this helps.

simon.
Jul 17 '05 #9

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Vanessa BJ wrote:

Hi. I am an amateur Java enthusiast. I currently work as a carpenter
and I moonlight on the weekends as a photographer. I'm trying to
transition a career change.

Which Java exam should I start with? Programmer? Or Developer?

How much of the exam will rely on memorization? How much will be from
programming skill? How do they measure my programming ability from one
exam?


try asa 200 1/250 at f16.
Jul 17 '05 #10

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