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Passed Part I

 
Ram Krishna
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Passed part I today with 87%. Just wanted to thank everybody for posting all the information out here. I haven't been active on the site myself but have been following all the threads and that helped a lot.
You guys rule !!!
Thanks again,
Ram.
 
Yogesh Deshpande
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Originally posted by Ram Krishna:
Passed part I today with 87%. Just wanted to thank everybody for posting all the information out here. I haven't been active on the site myself but have been following all the threads and that helped a lot.
You guys rule !!!
Thanks again,
Ram.

Lovely score Ram.
Heart congrats!! Good show!
Cheers
Yogesh
 
zhenlong guan
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congratulations.......
 
Chen ZhiJiang
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congratulations.......
I take Part I tomorrow, hope i can luck as you.
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bhargavi kakarala
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Hello Ramakrishna,
Congratulations......... great score.
I am new to this fourm.can u tell me how much time is needed for preparation and what books did u follow.do u have any prior experience.
 
Ajith Kallambella
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Congratulations Ram and good luck with Part II
 
Billy Tsai
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what are the resources and materials needed to study in order to be able to pass part1?
currently I only have Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for J2EE Tech. by Mark Cade, Simon Roberts
But I feel that it is not enough
please advise
 
Ram Krishna
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Thanks guys.
About the preparation, Mark Cade book gives a very good overview of the topics needed for the exam. I also read the other book by Bambara (I dont remember the full title). I did not find it very impressive and felt there were few mistakes but there were definitely some points I could learn and given the number of topics covered in the exam, it has lot of information in one place.
The resources link that I think Ajith posted here helped a lot. And (I am not being disloyal to this group ) you could find so much notes made by folks who prepared for the exam on yahoo user group scjea. Discussion threads here also is a good source.
Regarding the time and experience, I took around a couple of months to prepare and I have had some experience playing the role of an architect. And I feel the time needed for preparation depends solely on your experience and amount of time you can spend everyday. Bhargavi and Billy, given that you are certified web component developers, I think it should be very easy. PartI is really mile wide and inch deep. The next parts I am sure will be tough.
Hope that helps.
--Ram.
 
Billy Tsai
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I have good knowledge in UML, use case diagrams ,ERD and all those diagrams
because I took a system analysis and design paper in the last semester b4 I finish uni and I still have lots of resources on all those diagrams so I think the diagramming part shouldnt be problematic for me however for the other parts I have rarely came across b4 and dont have much knowledge of them.
 
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