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SCEA Assignment(part-2): Design decisions comparison

 
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Hi,
As per the assignment description, we have to produce some UML diagrams and capture risks and assumptions as part of assignment deliverables.
Do we have to provide justification regarding our choice of technology, pattern etc by means of comparison among various options available?
My concern is that if we do that as part of part-2 , what is left for scea part-3 then?

Please share your experience and views.

Thanks
 
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Hi Praveen,

I'd say that it's not necessary to provide the justifications of the chosen design paths in part 2. We can draw the parallels with our day to day jobs where we write the designs first and then answer any questions that the indented audience may have. This includes justifying the choices made in the design.
 
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