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Step II of the SCEA exam

 
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Can anyone please let me know if the part II of the SCEA exam is a programming assignment, or if it's just drawing UMLs?
Thanks.
 
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There is no programming involved in Part II. i.e., you don't have to write even a single line of code :-)
Yes it is all about drawing UML diagrams. However we need to use a desgin/architecture mind to get those UML diagrams done. In addition to UML, u might also need to submit a word document supporting your design decisions.
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Hi Dinesh,
So technically SCJD is the only one involved with writing codes.
I think passing SCWCD and SCBCD will make passing the SCEA a lot easier.
Thanks a lot.
 
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