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IBM OOAD 833

 
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HEEEELLLLLPPPPP!!!

Can someone kindly advice what books will suffice for Test 833 and 834 IBM OOAD?

Femi
 
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Have you read IBM website?
 
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Many thanks
I did read the site and it provides only tutor led and the online training. I was hoping I can geet through by self study materials
 
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Hi all...

I too need you people's help to know the materials for tests 833 and 834
 
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Originally posted by Femi Falase:
HEEEELLLLLPPPPP!!!

Can someone kindly advice what books will suffice for Test 833 and 834 IBM OOAD?

Femi



Try book from Craig Larman - Applying UML and Patterns
 
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Hi,

Please take a loot at:
https://coderanch.com/t/145947/po/certification/IBM-passed

In short you need to study from:
1. Craig Larmen ( OOA&D specific things, Use cases, Interaction diagrams, Class Diagrams )
2. RMC ( Analysis & Design discipline )

You can just select a topic from objectives and read that from RMC and Craig Larmen.
 
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Hi Faraz

Could you please clarify following doubts of mine.

1.Could you please point out the chapters you would recommend from Craig Larmen's book.

2. Also i downloaded RMC yesterday and had a look at the "Analysis & Design discipline". There are lots of items under this section. Could you please specify which items i should concentrate on from Analysis & Design discipline.

thanks in advance
Puneet
 
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Hi,

1. Study the following chapters from Craig Larmen:
(Chapter 5 to 16 and Chapter 28 to 33)
2. Study the topics below from RMC:
a. Analysis & Design
b. Architecture Analysis
c. Use case Analysis & Use case Realization
d. Analysis Class
e. Structure Class
f. Analysis Mechnism

You can also read the objectives from IBM site and than look that topic in RMC.
 
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Faraz Ali wrote:Hi,

1. Study the following chapters from Craig Larmen:
(Chapter 5 to 16 and Chapter 28 to 33)
2. Study the topics below from RMC:
a. Analysis & Design
b. Architecture Analysis
c. Use case Analysis & Use case Realization
d. Analysis Class
e. Structure Class
f. Analysis Mechnism

You can also read the objectives from IBM site and than look that topic in RMC.



Yesterday i got RMC 7.5.2 and i couldn't find the Analysis & Design discipline, i found others disciplines but not that discipline. This discipline still exists on RUP?
One thing i noted it's that my RMC doesnt have the coreRUP library. Someone could help me?
 
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Hello

A stupid question. What is RMC, seen in quite lot of posts.

Can any one point to the RMC url please?

Thanks.
 
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Hi Sujeeth,

RMC stands for Rational Method Composer, you can download a trial version from here IBM Rational Method Composer

Regards,
 
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