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Hi,

In the instruction, it was mentioned that we only need to provide the
diagrams and assumptions as deliverables.

Saying so, does it mean that there is no need to provide any write-ups
on anything regarding the models? Or would it help?

Please advise.

Thanks.
 
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I doubt it would help. It might even hinder.

The diagrams should be self-explanatory, with the exception of the odd note on them for clarification. Any extra documentation, other than the assumptions, might indicate that the diagrams are not as clear as they should be.

I have very few assumptions myself.

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Begging to differ with Cameron, who I respect very much - for the SCEA 5, I believe (unless it's changed since the beta) to also identify your top three technical risks from the proposed solution and your suggestions on how to minimize them.

And your assumptions may vary - I too had very few assumptions, but they were there when I submitted my assignment.
 
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Theodore is right. If you followed my original advice, you'd fail.

Any extra documentation, other than the assumptions...



Stating the three risks is a total requirement.

Good catch, Theodore.

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You're talking about the *new* version right? Cos I'm doing the old one and my assignment mentions nothings about technical risks..
 
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Hi,

It is good to put assumptions why you select the particular design and technologies. Diagrams can explain your design but not why you select particular design. Also, if you have any confusions about the text provided in the assignment, you should put it in the assumptions how you interpreted the assignment and select the design.

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Originally posted by John Summers:
You're talking about the *new* version right? Cos I'm doing the old one and my assignment mentions nothings about technical risks..


Correct. That's an added requirement of the SCEA for Java EE 5. When I did the original exam, there was no such requirement (but adding your assumptions was still a requirement).
 
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