The Java programming language, developed by Sun Microsystems, is the standard for any programmer. To stand out among the millions of other programmers, achieving your SCJP is proof that you have the skills to use Java in your day to day job.
SCJPs need to have an understanding of the following:
Declarations, Initialization and Scoping Flow Control API Contents Concurrency OO Concepts Collections / Generics Fundamentals Focusing 100% on the exam objectives, the Study Guide is designed for those who feel they are ready to attempt this challenging exam. This Study Guide covers the CX-310-065 exam. The book also comes with an interactive CD, including the Sybex Test Engine featuring Chapter Review Questions and Two Bonus Exams, a series of Flashcards that can be used on your PC or handheld, and an e-book. Key Features
The DeFacto Cert for any Programmer--The Sun's foundation-level Sun Certified Java Programmer (SCJP) for Standard Edition 6 is the must have for any Java Programmer. It is also a prerequisite for Sun's Specality certifications, including the Sun Certified Java Developer certification. Large Audience Base--Java is continuing to expand its influence in the education community. As of 2003, Java has been part of the Advance Placement test for computer science. Over 75% of colleges with computer science programs require Java as part of their curriculum. 100% Coverage of Exam Objectives, and More--Author will focus heavily on the skill set Sun expects its SCJPs to have. In addition, will include numerous examples, exercises, and real world scenarios to give the reader the tools needed to use what they are taught. Expert Author--Rich Raposa is President of JLicense, and is a Sun Certified Java Instructor. He has developed and taught hundreds of Java courses in the past decade. About The Author Rich Raposa
is President of JLicense, a Java Training Center in South Dakota. Rich has taught Java all over the U.S. for the past 10 years. He has also a developed hundreds of courses in Java, C++, Visual C++/MFC, Win32 internals, UML, and other object- oriented topics. Rich is the author of Java in 60 Minutes a Day, by Wiley, and Understanding C++ for MFC by CMP Books. Table Of Contents
- Assessment Test.
- Chapter 1 Fundamentals.
- Chapter 2 Declarations, Initialization, and Scoping.
- Chapter 3 Flow Control.
- Chapter 4 API Contents.
- Chapter 5 Concurrency.
- Chapter 6 Object-Oriented Concepts.
- Chapter 7 Collections and Generics.