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Congrats !!! and thanks for sharing your experience.
5 years ago
Congrats !!!

And thanks for sharing your experience.
5 years ago
Congrats Jeanne !!! ..After reading your blog, I am inspired and thinking of challenging myself with 3-4 weeks time frame for part 1. I hope i can do that....
5 years ago
Thanks for sharing this information.
5 years ago
Congrats Ayub !!!

Just a quick question, how much time you spend on this and were you having any previous experience of using TOGAF? I am just trying to understand how much time i need to set aside.

Congrats once again
5 years ago
I am also new to TOGAF and looks like their study guide should be enough for self study.

But do you know how much time one should spend on part 1 through self study for this certification like 1 or 2 months or less or more ?

Thanks
5 years ago
You can also explore Scala or Groovy. You just need JVM to run. Scala looks promising for future.
I was looking at SOA Certification and came across

http://www.soaschool.com/certifications

and there is IBM, which i think is specific to IBM.

Is anyone has any recommendation. I am not looking for web services certification which is offered by Oracle [Previously sun].

Thanks,
Agile Definition from wikipedia is as follows:-

Agile software development is a group of software development methodologies based on iterative and incremental development, where requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing, cross-functional teams.

Agile is like bucket which contains many different methodologies like SCRUM, Kanban, Lean...etc

SCRUM is one of agile development methodology for Iterative and incremental development.

IMHO, there is some learning curve while shifting from waterfall( or any other non-agile methodolody) to SCRUM. so please make sure you keep some time for the same.

I hope this helps.
Hi,

There is old thread http://www.coderanch.com/t/538593/java-Architect-SCEA/certification/many-you-would-SCEA-if where people responded to this question. I am not sure this will help you or not to get your answer. But see if this what you are looking for.

Thanks,

Deepak
Hi,

I have a basic question. In Agile methodology, is it fair to link story point with number of effort hours to different task in that story.

Like 5 point story should be not greater than 20 effort hours and 8 should be 40 hours. I have no idea this is right approach or not. If right, do we have standard number published anywhere ? just to see when different teams are working in project, then how standardization happens?

Thanks,

Deepak

I can understand this can be problem. there is option of like bench marking. After one two Iterations make some baseline like Task A is similar to what we did in previous Iteration and that took x amount so same will take X amount. I understand it can be little tough as individual domain knowledge or expertise. but then at the end of Team needs to be comfortable with the Estimates.
I agree. Looks like Oracle wants to make more money from this certification. But with this coming in place, i doubt many people will go for this as this is getting expensive and people might look for some other ones.
Personally, I am disappointed with this move. I am glad i cleared this last year.
Congrats Ludwin Barbin :-)

This is really a good post and i am sure this will help many people in the group here. Thanks once again.
7 years ago
Oracle asks for 4 - 6 weeks. I had read posts where individuals got results within 2 weeks also.

For me it took 5 weeks because Oracle didn't recieve my part 3 from prometric and they had to sent again and because of that some time was lost.