In a previous post I’ve shared my experiences on the first part of OCMJEA certification (multiple choice test) alongside some tricks and helpful links. Well, as several weeks have passed since then and I’m now through the remaining two parts (successfully, by the way – yaaay), it’s time for me to talk about parts two and three.
Ok, so I had this new year’s resolution that I would complete three certifications, among which the most challenging seemed to be the Oracle Certified Master – Java Enterprise Architect exam. Some weeks ago I took the exam (perhaps you know that the exam has three parts: a theoretical test, an assignment and defending the architecture created in part 2) and passed it with 84%. I thought I would share my experiences. Here we go (but before that – all the information here relates to the version 5 of the exam. Version 6 was only a beta with no study guide when I started preparing): Continue reading “OCMJEA (former SCEA) exam – experiences. Part 1”