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Getting the OCP 11 Cert - Part 1: The 1Z0-819 Exam

K3K, 16 July 2022


Hello everyone, It’s K3K here. It’s been 4 months since I joined MoMo(M_Service) as a Software Engineer.

Last week, they started a learning campaign and gave me a Pluralsight subscription.

So what do I do with it?

I was thinking about what skill should I develop with this opportunity.

Since we are using Kotlin for backend development, and that the language does work with Java APIs, I figure getting Java knowledge would be beneficial.

So I started my search for a good course to follow.

Pluralsight has this feature called “Paths” which combines multiple courses into a curriculum to get a specific certification. The feature is especially handy because it’s milestone-oriented - It’s like Pluralsight will help you answer the question “Which should I learn if I want to achieve my certification?” and you just need to focus on learning.

I decided to follow the Java SE 11 Developer Certification (1Z0-819) path because while we’re at it, why not getting a certificate to prove that I actually learnt something and my time was well-spent?

“Getting the OCP 11 Cert” series overview

This series of blogs will serve as my learning diary and study notes. I hope that you finds it of help :D

These are the topics that will be included in the exam, and those that I will cover in the series. These were taken at the time of upload, please check the Oracle Education site for accurate info:

  • Java data types
  • Program flow
  • Object-oriented approach
  • Exception Handling
  • Arrays and collections
  • Streams and lambda expressions
  • Java Platform Module System
  • Concurrency
  • Java I/O API
  • Secure Coding Techniques
  • JDBC
  • Localization (Multilingual)
  • Annotations

See you in the next blog entry :D