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Passed part 2/3

 
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My details:
Score: 85
The maximum number of points you could have received is 100, minimum to pass is 70. Class Diagram (44 maximum) ............................... 37 Component Diagram (44 maximum) ........................... 38 Sequence/Colloboration Diagrams (12 maximum) ............. 10
My 2 cents:
Spend a lot of time ( and part of your brain ) in important things like which J2EE Patterns is better to solve some problem, address your design to scalability and flexibility, and keep a updated draft of your design in your wall, waking up all morning with new ideas.
Don't do like me, who spent a lot of time in sequence diagrams :-)
Design a class diagram clean and a component diagram that supports your class diagram. My diagrams were very easy to read.
I'd to thank all guys who make me do it, mainly our bartender Chris Mathews ( take easy with the newbies, ok Chris ? :-)
Tha,
Roger
[ April 17, 2003: Message edited by: Roger Oliver ]
 
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Well done & Congratulations!
you become a Java master
 
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Roger,
Any tips on tools for creating the documentation?
 
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Congratulations Roger!

Originally posted by Roger Oliver:
Don't do like me, who spent a lot of time in sequence diagrams :-)


Personnally, I always felt that the grading doesn't put enough emphasis on the interaction diagrams which are the heart of many designs.

Originally posted by Roger Oliver:
take easy with the newbies, ok Chris ? :-)


Always.
Now that you have finished the SCEA, YOU have to take it easy on the newbies too...
 
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Congratulations Roger!
I am also doing the assignment, and yes, spending a lot of time on Sequence Diagrams.
Looks like I have to draw a line somewhere.
Debanjana
 
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Originally posted by Ajith Kallambella:
Roger,
Any tips on tools for creating the documentation?


I used Rational Rose ( in my point of view, the best one ), RoseGraph to get the pictures of my diagrams and Netscape Composer to assumptions.
 
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