Getting started with Java Certification.
By: Emiley J. in Certification Tutorials on 2008-07-05
Oracle has updated its Java certification program to reflect the latest version of Java and the changing needs of the industry. The previous certifications such as SCJA (Sun Certified Java Associate), SCJP (Sun Certified Java Programmer), and SCEA (Sun Certified Enterprise Architect) have been replaced by new certifications under the Oracle Certified Professional (OCP) and Oracle Certified Master (OCM) designations.
The new certifications include:
- Oracle Certified Associate (OCA) Java Programmer
- Oracle Certified Professional (OCP) Java Programmer
- Oracle Certified Professional (OCP) Java SE 11 Developer
- Oracle Certified Master (OCM) Java SE 11 Developer
Therefore, while the old certifications are still technically valid, they are no longer actively maintained by Oracle and may not be recognized by employers as a current and relevant certification. It is recommended to pursue the new certifications that align with the latest version of Java and industry standards.
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