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Question about SCEA (2)

 
Steven Colley
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Hi ...I just passed in SCEA 1 and I'm looking forward to taking part 2 soon...

I didn't ordered my project year...Just would like to hear from you according to your experience....how long it's supposed to take approximately...I mean..the average which I'll need to prepare myself to delivery this project by working ..let's say..2/3hours daily ...

What do you think ?

Tks in advance!!
 
Hong Anderson
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For me, it take about 50 hrs, but I didn't satisfy my work.

It depends on each person, but I think the appropriate time is between 50 - 70 hrs.

We are expected to create the most important design and architecture of a given system, not a whole/very detailed design.
 
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It really does depend on the person. For the original SCEA, I think it took me somewhere in the neighborhood of 100-120 hours - then again, I was also working around my full-time job and planning a wedding, so I can't be fully sure.

For SCEA for Java EE 5, it took me about 60 hours, which I actually had full-time to do. (I'd taken leave from work to get it cranked out.)
 
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I was actually surprised how long it took. I took about 60 hours, as I did a few iterations, changing things and sometimes second-guessing myself.

To be honest, I thought it was a great challenge.

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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