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IBM 486 certification

 
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hi:
I have no knowladge of UML, but I have good knowlage and experience about OOD and patterns. I want to prpare for IBM 486 certificate. Can someone give me some information about how hard is it, and how long it take to prepare for it.
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Can someone give me some information about how hard is it,


It is not difficult, as long as you know all basic UML diagrams, like class/sequence/state/deployment/component diagrams.

Most of the questions are scenerio-based, and thus, you have to read some cases, and choose the most suitable diagrams that represent the case.


and how long it take to prepare for it


I learnt UML in my undergraduate days, and I had 3 years OOAD experiences. I used 1 week to read through Fowler's UML distilled 2nd edition to refresh my UML knowledge, and Larman's Applying UML and Patterns to refresh my OOAD knowledge.

Hope this help.

Nick
 
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