Posts In Category "OCPJP (SCJP)"
What is the difference between OCPJP 8 Upgrade Exams 1Z0-810 and 1Z0-813?
If you are preparing for the OCPJP 8 Upgrade exam, then it is most common question that whether I should take 1Z0-810 or 1Z0-813. There are two certifications for the OCPJP 8 upgrade exam. That causes the candidate to get confusion of selecting the appropriate certification. In this article we are going to illustrate when […]Read More →
Top 6 Resources for OCPJP 8 Certification
The OCPJP 8 certification is exam number 1Z0-809 and it is known as ‘Oracle Certified Professional Java Programmer II’ exam. It can be taken only after having completed the exam 1Z0-808 or the ‘Oracle Certified Associate Java SE 8 Programmer’ exam. The OCPJP certification or the ‘Oracle certified Professional Java programmer’ is the flagship certification […]Read More →
What are the differences between SCJP and OCJP?
SCJP and OCJP are referring to the same exams. Sun Certified Java Programmer (SCJP) is renamed as Oracle Certified Java Programmer(OCJP) when Oracle has acquired Sun Micro Systems. Before that, SCJP word is synonymous to Java Certification exams and it is one of the most popular certification for Java developers. That is the reason still […]Read More →
What are the good books for preparing OCPJP 7 certification exam?
In our previous article we have written about the good books that are useful for preparing OCPJP 8 exam. If you are planning to prepare for the OCPJP eam, then OCPJP 8 and OCPJP 7 exams are most popular exams and their objectives are very much closer. However, we would recommend you to prepare for […]Read More →
What are the good books for preparing OCPJP 8 certification exam?
There are only few books available for the OCPJP 8 exam preparation. In this post we are providing you the information for good books for preparing your OCPJP 8 exam. Note that OCPJP 7 and OCPJP 8 has minor changes with respect to the exam topics, so you will be able to follow the OCPJP 7 […]Read More →
Why should you take OCPJP Certification?
With the world of technology constantly moving at a fast pace, what is considered an important skill at one point of time becomes passé after a few years. Few programming languages stand the test of time and Java has been one of them. Java had its origins in the late ‘90s and coding in Java […]Read More →
Anonymous Inner Classes
Having dealt with inner classes in earlier posts this post deals with anonymous inner classes – an even more different type of code that causes more confusion for the amateur programmer. What are anonymous inner classes? ‘Anonymous inner classes’ or ‘Anonymous classes’ as the name suggests is creating an inner class with no name. Here […]Read More →
We have discussed access modifiers, exceptions, features of Java 8 in previous Java related posts. We will discuss ‘Inner classes’ which is a part of SCJP/OCJP exam objective in this post. Inner classes are part of the code that often stumps a person who is taking the SCJP/OCJP exam. Definition of Inner classes: Inner classes […]Read More →
Exception Handling in Java
‘Exceptions’, handling them, declaring them is yet another objective of the OCPJP exam. We will be dealing with ‘Exceptions’ and more particularly ‘Handling Exceptions’ in this post. According to the Oracle website, “An exception is an event, which occurs during the execution of a program that disrupts the normal flow of the program’s instructions.” (Java […]Read More →
Overloading and Overriding
‘Overloading’ and ‘Overriding’ is yet another crucial concept which is part of the ‘Java SE Programmer I’ exam. This concept like the other concepts of core Java, are important from a developer’s standpoint as well as for the certification exam. We will first discuss overloading and then move onto overriding. Overloading: ‘Overloading’ as the name […]Read More →