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Alexandre Delalieu
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Hello ranchers,

I received the so-expected message today !

I'm very glad because I chose a somewhat "unconventional" solution and I had no idea how it would be perceived by the evaluators.

This forum is great: it's really good to know you're not "alone in the dark".

I wish you all a Merry Christmas and an Happy New Year !

--Alexandre
 
fahd helwani
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congrats Alexandre...... I hope that I can state the same sometime soon.

meanwhile can you please give us some ideas about your "unconventional" that you posted, this might be helpful for us (or me at least)

congrats again
 
Alexandre Delalieu
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Well, I'm not allowed to discuss the details of my solution. By "unconventional" I mean not choosing all the standard way of doing things described in the Java EE tutorial.

But as I said I have no idea how it's perceived by the examiners so be sure that you know what you are doing if you choose to do this.

 
fahd helwani
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well, you misunderstood my question because I'm not asking for details, what I meant was some insight and ideas like what most of the members do when they pass the test.

eventually it won't make big difference, so enjoy your result
 
Alexandre Delalieu
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My advice, in contrast, is pretty "conventional": chapter 9 of the Cade/Sheil is a must read to get an idea of the expected level of complexity of the diagrams.

Also read Jeanne Boyarsky blog entry on part 2/3, this gives a good idea of the process and "what to expect"

What I did is trying to work as "in the real world". I tried to ask myself "what would I propose if I was in this situation".

However, all you get is a "pass" with no further feedback, so I just know that my solution was good enough to get the 70%, that's all. In a real work situation you have much more interactions with people of course.
 
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Alexandre Delalieu wrote:My advice, in contrast, is pretty "conventional": chapter 9 of the Cade/Sheil is a must read to get an idea of the expected level of complexity of the diagrams.

Also read Jeanne Boyarsky blog entry on part 2/3, this gives a good idea of the process and "what to expect"

What I did is trying to work as "in the real world". I tried to ask myself "what would I propose if I was in this situation".

However, all you get is a "pass" with no further feedback, so I just know that my solution was good enough to get the 70%, that's all. In a real work situation you have much more interactions with people of course.



thank you Alexandre, that was quite helpful
 
Wim Bervoets
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Whoooohoooo, great news, Alexandre!!

Congratulations from your ex-collegue
 
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