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Gerald Davis
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Do you think that creating a small application using asp.net or c# will help me in port II of the assignment.
I think that this approach would be easier for me, as I do not have any architect experience.
The thing I do not like about UML diagrams are that they do not give any feedback but coding does.
 
shell Johnson
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Create an application is not necesary. Reading sun's BluePrint sample programs helps me a lot such as Advanture Builder and Petstore.
http://java.sun.com/blueprints/webservices/
 
Rudi Vaum
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Originally posted by Gerald Davis:
Do you think that creating a small application using asp.net or c# will help me in port II of the assignment.

Just wondering, why would you wannt to do code in .NET? I read "the most important requirement of all is that it must be J2EE".
Originally posted by Gerald Davis:
I think that this approach would be easier for me, as I do not have any architect experience.
The thing I do not like about UML diagrams are that they do not give any feedback but coding does.

I had the same situation when I started working on it. But that is the chalange of this exam; isn't it?
 
Rufus BugleWeed
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Quit procrastinating Toomsie...
Put the design together and send it in. Believe in yourself.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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