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Good book for JCert/IBM486 UML Exam

 
tim parks
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wondering if anyone can recommend a book aimed at the exam 'Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with UML Test 486 Objectives/Skills Measured on Test' exam? I'm looking for a certification book that covers the exam content

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Have you considered using the books recommended by IBM?
 
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Moving this thread to the Product and Other Certifications forum . Please continue this discussion there. Thank you
 
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I'm looking for a certification book that covers the exam content

Up till now, there is no books for IBM 486 exam.


wondering if anyone can recommend a book aimed at the exam 'Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with UML Test 486 Objectives/Skills Measured on Test' exam?

If you have less experiences on UML, you may first read Fowler's book: UML distilled 2nd edition. It gives you an overview about UML notations.

If you have more experiences, then you can read Larman's book: Apply UML and Patterns.

These 2 books give you the complete information for you to tackle for the exam.

I also used these 2 books when I preparde for 486 exam.
Hope this help.

Best luck.

Nick
 
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Originally posted by Nicholas Cheung:
If you have less experiences on UML, you may first read Fowler's book: UML distilled 2nd edition. It gives you an overview about UML notations.

If you have more experiences, then you can read Larman's book: Apply UML and Patterns.

...and these two books are exactly those recommended by IBM in the page I linked to earlier.
 
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thank you all for your prompt replies. I'll study both of these

Tim
 
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