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Hello Ranchers,
I want to know abt IBM exams.
Is OOA&D UML is easy or XML related tecchnology is easy?
which one is valueable .
plz guide me .
thanx in advance.
 
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Hi Zafar,
I think as far as XML or UML is concerned both has value without XML you can't survive and you can't manage Enterprise Applications and Secondly Application Design and Analysis is also very necessary . XML is not very easy but easy compare to UML so try to go for it first
 
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Hi Syed AliRaza!
thanx for your nice guidence!
I have knowledge about Java i mean not certified but understand OOP paradigms. So please tell me is certification is required for XML exam .
and where i can start my study for XML.
please guide me!
also XML have future or not.
Thanx
 
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Hi:
I think UML is easier compared to XML. There is no prerequisite for either. Speaking of useful, I think you will come across UML more than XML.
 
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Originally posted by Don Liu:

I think UML is easier compared to XML. There is no prerequisite for either. Speaking of useful, I think you will come across UML more than XML.


Hi.
I am student of Computer Sc final Semester i have already read UML Distilled(3 times) , Craig larman(not complete yet), i am not satisfied yet with the UML . So i have decide first for XML, as u say XML is tough than UML. HOw can i belive please guide me in right path. i am conufues also i am not a competent in JAVA have some weakness in few topics > Is this possible without programming i can understand both XML or UML.
I am waiting ur reply.
Thanx in advance.
 
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Originally posted by Zafar Ali:
i have already read UML Distilled(3 times) , Craig larman(not complete yet), i am not satisfied yet with the UML .


Sounds like you are ready to score 80%.

Originally posted by Zafar Ali:
HOw can i belive please guide me in right path. i am conufues also i am not a competent in JAVA have some weakness in few topics > Is this possible without programming i can understand both XML or UML.


You can visit XML and UML forums to find out. People exchange exam information regularly. As for Java, I don't think either exam has anything significant to do with Java.

[ December 29, 2002: Message edited by: Don Liu ]
 
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