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Hi, folks. My job role is software engineer. But i would like to give SCEA a try. I am not one of those people who gets a certificate and thinks he knows everything, but i do find that to study for a certificate does provide some valuable skills.

I am particularly interested in UML and architecture for the time in my career when i will be past the level of the senior developer (currently mid-level, around 4 years of experience total.)

I am not interested exclusively in being an architect, but rather would like to rise to the level of a world-class IT generalist, and that does require some architectural (system analysis) skills.

Perhaps experienced architects would be willing to share their opinion on my thoughts? Thanks in advance.
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I'm not an experienced architect, so I cannot give opinions .
 
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Thank you for the wealth and scope of information!!!
 
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