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Questions on Patterns

 
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Hi,
Just wondering whether Questions are there to find the design patterns based on a UML diagram. Can the architects share some thoughts.
Thanks!
Stan Lee
 
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Most people who pass the test score well in patterns.
Some of the patterns have the same UML structure and vary only in their intent.
SCEA is more about understanding than memorizing.
 
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Hi Rufus,
I want to know how complex are these UML diagrams.
I know that by understanding the Go4 completely I can answer the questions.
But I want to the complexity so that I can spend suitable time for it.
Thanks!
Stan Lee
 
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The UML questions are simple. They may reward you for experience in the java arena. IMO one of Sun's goals is to enable employers to pick out the experienced.
It has been said in this forum that SCEA is a mile ( kilometer ) wide and an inch ( centimeter ) deep.
Spend your time on EJBs, that's where the most questions are. That is if your goal is to pass part I. Part II could reward you for using and identifying patterns. Part II could reward you being adept at creating superior UML drawings.
 
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The UML questions are simple. They may reward you for experience in the java arena. IMO one of Sun's goals is to enable employers to pick out the experienced.
It has been said in this forum that SCEA is a mile ( kilometer ) wide and an inch ( centimeter ) deep.
Spend your time on EJBs, that's where the most questions are. That is if your goal is to pass part I. Part II could reward you for using and identifying patterns. Part II could reward you being adept at creating superior UML drawings.
 
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