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Hi,
I want to give these exam IBM 483(UML).Can any one suggested from where to start or any links page which i can find all the related links.
Normally how much time it take to prepare this exam without having prior knowledge of UML.i know little bit of design pattern
 
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Read all the doc for J2EE. JMS, EJB, Servlet, JSP, J2EE blueprints and any others I might be forgetting. (6 AM here).
 
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oops


IBM 483(UML).


483 = enterprise connectivity with J2EE
486 = UML
my previous post was about 483.
Here's what I did to clear 486.
Read UML distilled by Fowler,
Read applying UML and patterns by Larman,
Download Argo/UML and have some fun.
re-read the books
Have some more fun...
It's not an easy one if you have no OOAD and UML experience.
 
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Are you guys going for Jcert???
any recommend books for 483?
 
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thanks..............
 
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