OCA: Oracle Certified Associate Java SE 8 Programmer I Study Guide: Exam 1Z0-808

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 11, 2014 - Computers - 432 pages
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Full coverage of functional programming and all OCA Java Programmer exam objectives

OCA, Oracle Certified Associate Java SE 8 Programmer I Study Guide, Exam 1Z0-808 is a comprehensive study guide for those taking the Oracle Certified Associate Java SE 8 Programmer I exam (1Z0-808). With complete coverage of 100% of the exam objectives, this book provides everything you need to know to confidently take the exam. The release of Java 8 brought the language's biggest changes to date, and for the first time, candidates are required to learn functional programming to pass the exam. This study guide has you covered, with thorough functional programming explanation and information on all key topic areas Java programmers need to know. You'll cover Java inside and out, and learn how to apply it efficiently and effectively to create solutions applicable to real-world scenarios.

  • Work confidently with operators, conditionals, and loops
  • Understand object-oriented design principles and patterns
  • Master functional programming fundamentals

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Chapter 1 Java Building Blocks
Chapter 2 Operators and Statements
Chapter 3 Core Java APIs
Chapter 4 Methods and Encapsulation
Chapter 5 Class Design
Chapter 6 Exceptions
Appendix A Answers to Review Questions
Appendix B Study Tips
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Jeanne Boyarsky, OCA/OCP, has worked as a Java developerfor a bank in NYC for 12 years where she develops, mentors andconducts training. In her free time, she is a senior moderator atCodeRanch and works on the forum code base. Scott Selikoff,SCJP, has been a professional Java Enterprise developer forover 15 years. He currently operates Selikoff Solutions, LLC, whichprovides software consulting services to businesses in thetri-state New York City area.

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