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hi all,

I have had a glance of fowler book once.. now i m going
to start reading larman's book but it is quite a big book
and i dont have much time to prepare.. can any one tell me
what chapters only i need to read? or do i have to go thru'
entire book? i just want to prepare for exam point of view.

thnx and regards
tausif
 
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Hi,
You can get the required info on IBM 486 group by browsing/searching the following groups:

1: https://coderanch.com/forums/f-9/patterns
2: http://www.objectsbydesign.com/tools/certification.html

If you will use these forums effeciently, you will find everything related to IBM 486. Yes, there are some recommended chapters of Larman for exam. Try above forums.

Bye,
Viki.
 
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Also joining the yahoo group OOAD_UML would help to get thru the exam.
 
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hi,

thnx for your reply and help.. i did join the group already...
i m just wondaring whether i can skip safely some of the chapters
of larman's book... to focus myself on limited material

regds
tausif
 
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Hi,
I don't know ur background. But for me, I remember, I did a LOT of preparation of IBM 486; And I've foud it difficult too! I am not terrifying you, but I will not recommend you to skip Larman's chapter. Since Fowler's book is already very breif, you may say Larman have explain 1 para of Fowler in 1 chapter.
You can do this, in first iteration read all the Larman's chaps and in 2nd iteration read the recommended one.

Bye,
Viki.
 
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Hi Vikrama Sanjeeva

Thanks for your valueable comments... I shall read the entire larman book without skipping any chapter

I liked the way you used word Iteration

regds
Tausif
 
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Hi,

You are Welcome

Good Luck!

Bye,
Viki.
 
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Larman is really worth the effort, it might appear a bit dry in first read, but it is a book I am often coming back to this days.
 
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Thnks guys for your valueable and timely guidance
i shall read this entire book first then will decide
to read again entire book or part

regds
 
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