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Advantages of SCJA for J2ME developers

 
Jayaraman Suresh Babu
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Hi,

I am interested in acquiring a certification in the J2ME path. However, my company insists that developers should also be good in UML design rather then just writing thousands of lines of code. I found from the curriculam that SCJA has some UML related topics. Is that a beginners version or covers it comprehensively all UML related issues?. So is SCJA worth for getting certfied in UML related issues in addition to the Java coding?

Thanks,
Jay
 
Seema Manivannan
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If you are looking at just the basics of UML, then SCJA does cover it well.
Quoting from my article http://www.whizlabs.com/articles/scja-article.html
- The second objective, UML Representation of Object-Oriented Concepts, does not require you to be a UML guru. It simply tests your knowledge in understanding UML basics like object and class diagrams, symbolic representations of abstract classes and interfaces, associations, compositions and inheritance. In a given UML diagram, you might be asked to identify if it denotes an inheritance relationship or a composition. You can expect very straightforward and simple questions from this objective. So make sure you do not lose marks here in this objective.


Hope that answers your question.

Best Wishes,
Seema
 
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