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viczgz
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Tips for face off EX482 exam ("Specialist in Event-Driven Application Development")

Unlike other exams, with this one being relatively new, I have not found much information.

what is the format of the exam?
What IDE is installed by default in the labs?
Does the IDE come with intellisense and auto-complete by default?

Any advice would be welcome 

Best regards

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dkcbk
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Hi.
I passed it 2 weeks ago. It is hands on exam. There is VS codium IDE installed. I suggest you to take DO482 course which would help you to prepare for the exam.
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viczgz
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Thank you @dkcbk 


What did you think of the exam? Affordable or complicated?


I have taken three Redhat exams so far, the ex180, ex280 and ex200 and all three seemed complicated. Especially the ex200 which I failed and I have to retake it again.

I guess this exam will be similar in difficulty.

If you could give me some more advice, without giving too much detail, apart from doing the course DO482  I would appreciate it 

Thanks in advance

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dkcbk
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It is not the easiest one. Developer exams (EX378, EX482 etc) are different than EX280 because you have to be familiar with specific programming language (Java, you must be familiar with Quarkus) and you have to be able to solve programming tasks. You can solve each task in different way.
Take AD482 course. Make all labs and exercises. Be sure to undestand everything. Practice, practice, practice. There is a reference section at the end of every chapter with bunch of links to external doc. Explore them.
Be well prepared and you should be good to go.
viczgz
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Thank you very much

The truth is that redhat exams are very tricky in some aspects, a silly detail can make you fail the exam, even if the rest you do well and that is discouraging.

As the typology of this exam, as you say, is different, that's why I was asking.

If you allow me one last question, the integrated development environment that is in the exam already comes with the autocomplete plugins, intellisense etc ?

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dkcbk
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Yes. VS codium is installed with all the necessary plugins.
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viczgz
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Thank you!!

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viczgz
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What do you think about the development environment with vscodium to work with Java?.

In my opinion, used to coding in eclipse, even with all the plugins, it seems to me a very poor IDE compared to Ellipse or IntelliJ.

The truth is that vscodium slows me down a lot when working and it is something that concern me a lot for the exam.

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