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Passed Part II and III with 100%

 
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Hello Everybody,
I am happy to share that I have passed Part II and III with 100%.
Here are my suggestions to the budding Architects...
1. Keep things simple
2. Follow the domain model
3. Document...Document...Document...Document
I used Rational Rose on my Linux and used Rosegraph on windows to produce gif images for models.
Eventhough I was not very active here. I often cleared my doubts from Javaranch old discussions
The three threads that were very useful for me was
https://coderanch.com/forums/ - Segment and Flight Discussion
https://coderanch.com/t/149629/java-Architect-SCEA/certification/Passed-Part-II-III - AMANDA WAITE
https://coderanch.com/t/150197/java-Architect-SCEA/certification/Passed-PartII-III - JIGNESH1 SHAH
Thanks a million to Javaranch
Jay
 
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Originally posted by Jayakumar Duraisamy:
Hello Everybody,
I am happy to share that I have passed Part II and III with 100%.
Here are my suggestions to the budding Architects...
1. Keep things simple
2. Follow the domain model
3. Document...Document...Document...Document
I used Rational Rose on my Linux and used Rosegraph on windows to produce gif images for models.
Eventhough I was not very active here. I often cleared my doubts from Javaranch old discussions
The three threads that were very useful for me was
https://coderanch.com/forums/ - Segment and Flight Discussion
https://coderanch.com/t/149629/java-Architect-SCEA/certification/Passed-Part-II-III - AMANDA WAITE
https://coderanch.com/t/150197/java-Architect-SCEA/certification/Passed-PartII-III - JIGNESH1 SHAH
Thanks a million to Javaranch
Jay


Hey Jay,
Congratualtion! Splendid score..Keep it up!
Cheers
Yogesh
 
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Hello Jayakumar,
Congratulations! And good luck for the future.
Ian
 
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Many Congratulations JayaK!
You're the second person to do that I guess. Although You have said a lot in those three short points, pls tell us how you attempted your assignment Part-2, how did you spend your time from start to end. That'll be a gr8 help.
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Thanks to All..
Mr.Bodani:
1. In my opinion assignment is purposefully given with lot of ambiguities. So document your assumption that relates to the ambiguity without fail.
2. I worked on the class diagram first, did not change the domain model.
3. Sequence diagram next. It was an iterative process and this is the place where I started doubting my assumptions and re did...re did...If you are confident here, you should be fine
4. Component diagram comes next. One needs to know what is a component. Once that is clear, then it should be easy enough. I would receommend UML User Guide for that.
5. Use as many standard UML notation as possible.
I hope this helps....
-Jay
PS: Actually more than 2 people have scored 100%.
[ November 18, 2002: Message edited by: Jayakumar Duraisamy ]
 
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Congratulation !!! You are the man !!!
 
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