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J2SE

Hurrah, Youppie, Yes, Great, .. Today, I received my Examination Score Report where it's indicated that I am now a Sun Certified J2SE 5.0 Programmer. I passed the exam the 1st February 2005. Normally, we know directly, at the end of the exam, if we success or not, if we are certified or not. But, in this case, it was not the case. I had to wait until today to know my results. And I am now a Sun...
on Apr 30, 2005
Look at definition of Metadata: The J2SE 1.5 metadata feature is a facility that allows developers to annotate their code so that tools can generate boilerplate code (e.g stub generation to remote procedure calls) as directed by annotations. And think about those interfaces: Serializable and Cloneable. Those interfaces are empty. They contains nothing. But they are used to give directive to...
on Jun 3, 2004