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SCJEA Part 2

 
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Is there anyone else working on the assignment that would like to discuss it? I'm working on it right now, but I would like to throw around some ideas with anyone that is also working on it.
John
 
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You may also want to go out to egroups, join the scea_j2ee and scjea groups, and post your question there, too. (If you haven't already...)
I am studying for part 1 of the SCEA but am interested in hearing more about part 2. I don't really want details about the specific project - I am more interested in what types of artifacts (diagrams, etc) that you are expected to produce.
Good luck!
John
 
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Hi John,
Actually I am part of the eGroups mailing list. I haven't posted yet, but I will.
As far as what's expected, you need to develop a class diagram, a few sequence diagrams, and some documentation regarding what assumptions you made during the design process. It's not as much work in terms of deliverables as the Developer exam had, but it is more involved since you have to create a design from scratch. Definitely an interesting assignment.
John
 
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Sounds interesting.
I'd better make sure I pass the test so I can do the assignment!
John
 
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