By evachase-Oracle on Apr 18, 2016
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Prepare yourself to upgrade to the next level of Java SE 8. Learn more about recommended training and practice exams for upgrading Java SE 7 and prior versions to Java SE 8 Oracle Certified Professional.
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Oracle Database As A Service (DBaaS) Cloud Certified Expert | 1Z1-160 Ends March 26, 2016
Oracle Java Cloud Service | 1Z1-161 Ends March 26, 2016
Oracle Database 10g Recertification Deadline March 1, 2016
Candidates who did not upgrade have had their 10g Database certifications marked as inactive. This means that they no longer have access to digital badge, eCertificates, logos or the ability to publish their credentials to a third party through CertView.
Candidates can regain all the benefits associated with certification by upgrading their credentials. Upgrade paths remain available.
The deadline for candidates to upgrade 10g Database certifications was March 1, 2016 to comply with Oracle Certification's Recertification Policy.
Oracle Certified Master (OCM) Profiles Moving to Oracle Communities
OCM candidates were recently sent an email letting them know that all OCM profiles will now be published in the OTN Oracle Communities, OCM Profile Space. Steps were provided to allow OCMs to update their OTN profiles and have the profiles published. The current OCM Profile Space will be decommissioned April 1, 2016.
We have received nearly 200 requests. We hope to have most requests processed in the next few weeks.
New Practice Exam
Sun Storage 6000 Arrays Essentials | 1Z0-563
Oracle Certified Professional, Java ME 1 Mobile Application Developer
Oracle Certified Professional, Java SE 5 Programmer
Oracle Certified Professional, Java EE 5 Business Component Developer
Oracle Certified Professional, Java EE 5 Web Services Developer
Oracle Certified Professional, Java EE 5 Web Component Developer
Oracle Certified Master, Java EE 5 Enterprise Architect
With Java celebrating its 20th year there is no doubt about the world’s commitment to this technology.
Java skills are in demand more than ever and holding a certification definitely gets you noticed in the job market.
If you’re a Java SE7 OCP Programmer and looking to show the world your commitment to Java technology this exam is for you.
The Upgrade to Java SE8 OCP Programmer|1Z0-810 exam allows you 150 minutes to answer the 81 questions and you need a 65% to pass.
Act before December 31st, 2015 to receive a 20% discount on the price of this exam.
Visit education.oracle.com/java20 to view discount details
The role of Java developer may just be better than ever. An excellent article in Java Magazine discusses the availability of web-based tools that help development teams more effectively manage their projects and modules. If you are a Java developer you should definitely read this article. I especially like the Expert Opinions scattered throughout the article. These highlight real-world usage of the latest and greatest development tools.
As you consider steps to move your career forward, consider Java certification. Oracle has over 15 unique Java certification credentials available. The process of becoming certified in Java and preparing for your exams will require you to study, learn and practice (code). All of this activity will help you sharpen your skills and increase your working knowledge of Java - making you a better developer and more valuable member of your team.
You can use the Certification Finder on the Oracle certification homepage to find a Java certification that is right for you.
An important follow-up to the recent announcement related to our re-branding of the Sun certification program. You may have noticed that there are several Java Enterprise Edition 6 certification exams in beta that were a part of the re-brand. These exams (and related credentials) became Oracle-branded exams on September 1. These beta exams are still available through September 30, 2010 and cost only $50 (significantly less than production price). Candidates who succeed in passing these beta exams will be the first to receive the Oracle certification credential for Java EE6.
The Java EE6 exam betas that are still available are:
Keep in mind that these exams will be available in beta only until September 30, 2010. After September 30 these exams will go offline for post-beta analysis.
Register now at prometric.com/oracle.
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