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What about UML Distilled by fowler? Is this book enough for passing the IBM UML exam ? I just want to pass, better score is not my target....
 
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Nazmul,
No, it is not enough. If you only get one book it better be "Applying UML and Patterns" 2nd edition by Craig Larman. That book I think brings out most of the major points. Read it over and over again and take the ICE exams.
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Hi,
I am not 486 Certified.But I have seen 99% 486 certfieds recommending both books, Folwler & Larman.I have seem some pplz. scoring just passing score even after reading both books.So i will recommend to read both books.Read Fowler two times & Larman 1 Time(But your 1 time means For Ever Time ).
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Hi Nazmul Huda Sarkar
I recommended UML Distelled and Larman too. Java Objects by Jacquie Rarker is one another book provide great help to understand UML with OOP.
May be help you.
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