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Passed with 148/155

 
Marco Barenkamp
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I just got my result and I passed with 148/155.
Thanks to everybody supporting me.
I'm quite happy, because I took 3 days for the assignment
and the essay.

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Andras Nemeth
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Originally posted by Marco Barenkamp:
I just got my result and I passed with 148/155.
Thanks to everybody supporting me.
I'm quite happy, because I took 3 days for the assignment
and the essay.

Hi Marco,
Hey, that is great result! Congratulations!
Did I understand well you done it in 3 days? It is unbelievable for me, I am sorry. Or you meant 3 days off?
Anyhow, well done.
Could you detail your result?
Would you mind sharing us your design in general?
Thanks.
Br,
Ban
 
Rahul Mahindrakar
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<h2>Congratulations</H2>
Welcome to the Club of SCJD's
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Consultant - Zensar Technologies ,Pune India.
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Marco Barenkamp
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Well, I really took 3 days for the complete assignment.
I never thought that I would pass the exam, but somehow
I made it.(..and I got very less sleep during that time...)
One of the reason, why I passed the test that quickly was
surely the fact that I got a lof of information concerning the Flight by night services reading the messages posted here.
(.. again thanks to everyone...)
I'm a Java Developer since 6 years, so I had some experience
in writing Java Applicaions.
The most difficult thing in my opinion was writing the lock/unlock methods (Wow, am I glad that I choosed the right way!!)!
My detailed result was:
General Considerations(maximum = 58): 58
Documentation(maximum = 20): 20
GUI(maximum = 24): 20
Server(maximum = 53): 50
For the GUI, I choosed the Model-View-Controller Pattern.
The Data Object itself was a singleton and the communication
between the controller and the data object is done by a proxy,
that can be local or remote, so the controller has not differ
between local or remote method calls.
The controller gets his reference to the appropriate proxy via a
factory returning a local or remote Proxy object.

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Andras Nemeth
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Originally posted by Marco Barenkamp:
Well, I really took 3 days for the complete assignment.

Hey Marco,
Once again, it was great to did it in 3 days. Also, I see that 6 years exprience in Java does matter.
What is the next step? Do you take the Architect exam too?
Have fun!
Chiao,
Ban
 
Marco Barenkamp
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Yep, sure!
I will take part I of the architect on 6. oct!
Since I have developed a lot of EJB and JMS application,
I hope that it won't get that difficult.
But security is still a weak topic, so I hope I'll find any
good books concering security.
Thanks anyway!
 
Sandra Wong
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So did you pick the FBN project? How difficult it is?
 
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