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Passed with 100% in part 2

 
Bhushan Arora
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Hi Everyone
Thanks for all the suggestions and hints i got from this forum users.
Cheers
Bhushan Arora
 
Lao Chi
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Hi Bhushan,
When you sumbit Part II and take Part III and when you get the result. Where you see the result?
Thanks.
Lao Chi
 
Larr Goneg
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Congratulations!
Can you tell us what's your secret of success? (besides "simple and clear")
what do you think you have learnt from this process?
how do you understand class diagram?
Thanks!
 
Bhushan Arora
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Hi
I submitted part 2 in June ist week and immediately on 6th june gave part 3, got my result today.
My approach towards class diagram was midway more design oriented rather than towards analysis or implementation ie not just all true business entities and at the same time not cluttered with interfaces(implementation perspective).
I drew only 1 component diagram and 6 sequence diagrams.
Cheers
Bhushan
 
Bhushan Arora
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Sorry i forgot to mention the result site
http://www.certmanager.net/sun/ - you should have a profile there.
I really learnt a lot from this exercise - and it took a lot of time for continuous revisions and brainstorming.Finally it was worthwhile !
 
Larr Goneg
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did you show the class diagram in conceptual perspective(which is only to show the concept in the domain)
or in specification perspective(which will show the resposibility of the classes that participate in the software)
thanks!
 
Bhushan Arora
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specification perspective but not implementation perspective if that answers your question.
 
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