Sun Certified Programmer for Java (TM) 2 Platform exam (equivalent to level 1 in the new Certification Iniitiative for Enterprise Development) allows programmers to validate their valuable Java programming skills and provides the IT industry with a standard to use when recruiting professionals. "A Programmer's Guide to Java Certification "prepares readers for the CJPE by teaching them sound Java programming skills and covering the core language and all the major APIs. Requiring no previous Java experience, "A Programmer's Guide to Java Certification" is the easiest way to ensure exam success!
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"We have written A Programmer’s Guide to Java Certification to allow the reader to master the Java programming language. Mastering the language should naturally culminate in the practical goal of passing the Sun Certified Programmer for Java‘ 2 Platform exam. In addition to preparing the reader thoroughly for the exam, this book also provides comprehensive coverage of all the essential Java features and core APIs that every proficient Java programmer should master."
- The authors
What you will find in this book:
Additional but relevant topics are also covered, such as using threads, building GUI with AWT and Swing components, rendering graphics, implementing applets, handling I/O streams, generating documentation using Javadoc and much more.
The accompanying web site includes a mock exam engine; complete source code for all the examples and solutions for the programming exercises; links to important resources (web browsers, Sun’s JDK, and integrated development environments for Java); updates; and more....
Written for anyone with previous programming experience (although not necessarily in Java), this book’s comprehensive coverage of the basic and the advanced features of the language make it as useful for experienced Java programmers aiming at certification, as for programmers learning Java for the first time.
Khalid Azim Mughal is an Associate Professor at the Department of Informatics at the University of Bergen, Norway. The University was one of the first to introduce Java into the curriculum (January 1997) & Professor Mughal was responsible for designing and implementing various Java courses. In his 18 years at the university, he has taught programming languages (Java, C/C++ & Pascal), Software Engineering (object-Oriented System Development), Databases (Data Modelling & Database Management Systems) & Compiler Construction Techniques. During the last two years, he has also given numerous courses and seminars at various levels in OOP & system development using Java & Java-related technology, both at the University and for the IT industry. Professor Mughal has spent over three years at the Department of Computer Science at Cornell University. He is the principal author of the book responsible for writing the material covering the Java topics. Rolf Rasmussen is working on his thesis at the University, relating to Object Technology, Java, UML & the development of CASE tools. He has been responsible for developing the review questions and answers, the programming exercises and their solutions, the mock exams and all the practical aspects relating to taking the Sun CJPE.
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