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  • March 1, 2019

Java Certification Provides a Bright Future

Brandye Barrington
Sr. Program Manager

image borrowed from Oracle Academy blog

Marc Schröder, a student of the vocational school Berufsschule Freising in Munich, earned the Oracle Certified Associate Java SE 8 Programmer certification in Spring 2018. In a chat with Oracle Academy program manager Britta Wolf, Marc shared his testing experience, his motivation, and his future plans around certification.

Read Britta's chat with Marc.

Marc always had a passion for computers, so the leap to earning certification while gaining his education was an easy one. Showing his dedication to his craft, Marc spent 6 months of intensive study for his first certification exam, while still attending school and working. Presenting his certification exam project to a large audience at a graduation school event in July, earned Marc a large round of applause.

". . . certification was a good opportunity for me to consolidate and prove my knowledge. The Oracle certificate was a great addition to our Java lessons in vocational school."

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Oracle Academy is a  membership-based program that offers educators and students computer science education resources to advance knowledge, skills development, innovation and diversity in technology fields. Educational institutions receive help for teachers to develop core computing knowledge and skills aligned to industry demands using current technologies–so they can teach students, empowering faculty members as they work to ensure students achieve post-graduation success.

Oracle Academy advances computer science education globally to drive knowledge, innovation, skills development, and diversity in technology fields.

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