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Question for part2, the assignemt.

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For the part2 assignment, do we have to actually implement the project and hand in the source code? From the requirement, I don't see anything referring to the coding part. It simply asks me to complete a document including various UML diagrams.

I thought for part2, I needed to complete the whole project from architect design and implementation.
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Hi Jiafan

In most companies, the architect does not code the complete solution - they may not code any of it, or they may only develop a walking skeleton, or they may advise on the frameworks / overall strategy.

It is the same with the SCEA project. You are not expected to code a solution. You are supposed to take the requirements given to you, and conceptually devise a solution on paper that could then be passed onto your developers / network engineers (the assessors). You are the person who has the overall vision on how the parts all tie together, so that the end result will work in the corporate environment, taking into account performance, security, and other non-functional requirements.
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