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passed part II/III - 88%

 
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Hi, I have passed part II/III with 88% , here is my detailed report:
Test: Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition Technology Part II (310-061)
Date Taken: 2003-03-03 21:43:07.983
Grade: P
Score: 88
Comment: This report shows the total points that could have been awarded in each section and the actual amount of points you were awarded. This information is provided in order to give you feedback on your relative strengths on a section basis. The maximum number of points you could have received is 100, minimum to pass is 70. Class Diagram (44 maximum) .......................... 44 Component Diagram (44 maximum) ...................... 32 Sequence/Colloboration Diagrams (12 maximum) ........ 12

I Passed Part I with 95%
I think that I know what was wrong with the Component Diagram .. I guess, I will have the opportunity to check that in two years ...
Thanx to all that participated in this discussion group, you have been a great help!
 
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Congrats
What books did you use to prepare part II ?
 
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Originally posted by Alex John:
Congrats
What books did you use to prepare part II ?


Thanx . There were many books that I used. I am studying CS, so I cannot say that I read all of them only to pass the part II of the SCEA certification, but the most useful books were:
Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for J2EE Technology Study Guide (Cade/Roberts)
Developig Enterprise Java Applications with J2EE and UML (Zaman Ahmed/E. Umrysh)
UML Distilled, Second Edition (Fowler/Scott)
Design Patterns (Gamma/Helm/Johnson/Vlissides)
Core J2ee Patterns (Crupi/Alur/Malks)
EJB 2.0 Spec
 
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Congratulations. Good job!
Do you know the reason why you lost points in Comp Diag while Class Diag and Seq Diag got full points? If you compare your assignment with case study of <<Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for J2EE Technology Study Guide>>, what do you think?
Thanks.
Adam
 
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Originally posted by Adam Ttj:
Congratulations. Good job!
Do you know the reason why you lost points in Comp Diag while Class Diag and Seq Diag got full points? If you compare your assignment with case study of <<Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for J2EE Technology Study Guide>>, what do you think?
Thanks.
Adam


I think that the problem was, that i had one component on which two tiers (web and ejb tiers) were depending (I guess, I was too focused on reuse and forgot to take care of the layering)
 
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Congratulations!
 
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I do not think one component on which two tiers (web and ejb tiers) were depending (I guess, I was too focused on reuse and forgot to take care of the layering) is a problem, but the role and responsibility of the comps should be clear.
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Congratulations and good luck for your future endeavours!
[ March 13, 2003: Message edited by: Ajith Kallambella ]
 
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Have you shown all details on the class diagram like method names with parameters and member variables? Or did you show only the classes itselfs?
 
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Originally posted by Reklef Flor:
Have you shown all details on the class diagram like method names with parameters and member variables? Or did you show only the classes itselfs?


All I can say (I hope that i do not violate any of the sun certification policies with this) is that my class diagramms look pretty much like the class diagrams in the Cade/Roberts book.
 
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Dragan,
Congratulations!
How long did it take you for preparing PartI?
Thanks
 
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Originally posted by Jimmy Chiu:
Dragan,
Congratulations!
How long did it take you for preparing PartI?
Thanks


Thanx Jimmy,
I gave myself a deadline for a Part I: two weeks ... and it worked (even better than I expected).
 
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Originally posted by Dragan Milic:

Thanx Jimmy,
I gave myself a deadline for a Part I: two weeks ... and it worked (even better than I expected).


Wow! That was quick, really quick!
What material did you use for preparing Part I, AFAIK there are about 3-5 books, I don't see any chances that I could finish in 10 weeks (
Thanks a lot,
 
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Originally posted by Jimmy Chiu:

Wow! That was quick, really quick!
What material did you use for preparing Part I, AFAIK there are about 3-5 books, I don't see any chances that I could finish in 10 weeks (


Well here is how I did it ... I read ejb 2.0 spec (it wasn't much of a problem since I have 2+ Years in EJB Development), read JTA 1.0.1 Spec, chapters 1-7 from the Cade/Roberts book, I refreshed my memory on j2EE and Design patterns, made sure that I understand the basics of UML, and took for a two days in a row four times a day one mock exam (the scea@whiz and other available exams) ... taking so many mock exams gives you speed and the routine in the real test (worked in SCWCD test too!). That's it ... the only thing is to have enough time for the preparation (2 weeks, 8 hours/day) and to be able to handle stress.
 
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Congratulations to you...
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hi Dragan
Congratulation!
Can you tell how much did you spend on this tasks?
 
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Originally posted by Dragan Milic:

Well here is how I did it ... I read ejb 2.0 spec (it wasn't much of a problem since I have 2+ Years in EJB Development), read JTA 1.0.1 Spec, chapters 1-7 from the Cade/Roberts book, I refreshed my memory on j2EE and Design patterns, made sure that I understand the basics of UML, and took for a two days in a row four times a day one mock exam (the scea@whiz and other available exams) ... taking so many mock exams gives you speed and the routine in the real test (worked in SCWCD test too!). That's it ... the only thing is to have enough time for the preparation (2 weeks, 8 hours/day) and to be able to handle stress.



8 hours/day?
Full-time ?!?!?!
 
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Sorry
I omit to see the whole message
thanks
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Congratulations and good luck with your future assignments.
 
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Nice job welcome to the "club"...
 
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Good deal!
Congratulations and good luck for your future endeavours!
Moving this post to Sun Certification Results forum.
 
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Congratulations !
 
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