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Advantages of SCJA for J2ME developers

 
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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
 
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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.

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Seema
 
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