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Java Quick ReferenceHomeSCJP2 Study NotesCase StudiesSCJA NotesSCJD NotesProjectsFavourite LinksAboutFeedback 
Welcome fellow Java enthusiasts!
This site grew out of a desire to store all the information I discovered in my study of the JavaLanguage in one easily accessible location and format.If you're brand new to Java you may want to begin by working your way through a number of theon-line tutorials. Click on
Favourite Links
and then choose
for a list of what's availableon the Web.If you're studying for the
Sun Certfied Java Programmer Exam (SCJP)
click on
SCJP2 StudyNotes
. You'll find a collection of notes I made while studying for my own SCJP certification whichI'm happy to say I passed on December 14th, 2000.All the best in your studies!Jane
The Java Certification Web Ring
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Java Quick ReferenceHomeSCJP2 Study Notes Language Fundamentals Operators and Assignments Flow Control andExceptions Declarations and AccessControl Garbage Collection Overloading and Overriding Threads The java.lang Package The java.util Package The java.awt Package The java.io Package References Miscellaneous Notes Tips & Traps Mock ExamsCase StudiesSCJA NotesSCJD NotesProjectsFavourite LinksAboutFeedback 
SCJP2 Study Notes
This section contains study notes for the Sun Certified Java 2 Programmer Exam (SCJP2).The objectives are based on the
Testing Objectives for the New Sun Certified Programmer for Java2 Platform
posted on Sun's site as of October 1st, 2000.The exam consists of 59 questions. A passing mark of 61% is required. The time limit, originally90 minutes, has now been increased to 120 minutes.
NEW 1.4 EXAM as of August, 2002
Sun introduced a new exam version in August, 2002. I've marked up my pages to indicate whichobjectives have been dropped or added; and, where possible, provided a link to study materialsrelated to the new objectives.!!! ALWAYS CHECKSUN'S SITEFOR THE LATEST OBJECTIVES !!!
use the menu on the left to navigate the various Certification Objective pages
use the menu on the bottom of the Objective and note pages to navigate notes related to theselected Objective
save and compile the
Code Examples
to see Java concepts in action
are things to be keep in mind when taking the exam
are things to watch out for when taking the exam
Testing conceptsIf you're having a problem with a concept, WRITE SOME CODE to test it! DO NOTuse an IDE! Compile all your test code from the command line; this ensures you'll seeall the errors the compiler may create.
Why get certfied?
Read an on-line article by David L. Hecksel and Marcus Green inThe Certification Magazine
!!! Study Tip !!!
VisitJavaRanchon a regular basis!It's
the best 
site on the Web if you want to learn everything and anything about Java!Pick up a good certification study guide. There are a number of excellent ones on the market,TheComplete Java 2 Certification Study Guide: Programmer's and Developers Exams (With CD-ROM)a.ka.
is a favourite of many JavaRanchers.Of course, I like the one I co-authored with my fellow JavaRanch moderators the best<g>
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Mike Meyer's Java 2 Certification Passportby Cindy Glass, Jane Griscti, Margarita Isayeva, Ajith Kallambella, and KathySierra
 A concise, affordable and portable guide to Sun's Java 2 Exam 310-025
Errata PageBest of luck in your studies!
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