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aleks nikolic
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Hi , I want to know how big is the project part of the certificate . How many classes or beans are involved ? The reason I ask is I would want to translate the design afterwards to code but only if it is substantial and worthwile . I'm trying to get entry-level job but without good hands-on project experience it's hard . Developer certificate was a little dissappointing , the coding wasn't as large as I thought it would be . As in Developer there's probably a lot of flexibility in terms of how the specifications/requirements are followed ? In that case , just what would be the approx. minimum amount of classes to fulfill the requirements here ? Because I find it hard to do much more than is asked anyway without specific instruction .
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faisal mahmood
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Are you talking about tools that generates code from design?
B-toolkit is the best tool for this purpose I have found so far, but it generates codes in C/C++.
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aleks nikolic
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No , no tools . I want experience coding a real project . Is this design project big enough , I am asking the experienced coders out there .
 
aleks nikolic
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So , you guys are telling me you don't know how big the project is or what ? Maybe it's not that big and you don't want to say .
 
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