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Difference between assignments of SCJD and SCEA !!!

 
Sandeep Lodhia
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Hi Guys,
I am new to SCEA !!!
As per my knowledge, SCJD assignment involves developing an small application i.e coding !!!
Whereas,SCEA Part II involves class diagrams, collaborate diagrams and component diagrams !!!
So doea this mean that SCEA doea not involve any coding ???
Thanx.
Sandeep
 
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yes. scea is more for design aspects.
 
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Thanx.
But still can any one explain me more about the assignment of part II in scea?
I needed to know how many hours does it take for part II Scea on an average, just as SCJD part II takes 200 hours.
If possible, pls expalin me with the help of some example.
 
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if you get something tell me also
 
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The difference between SCJD and SCEA is two letters from JD to EA. Ok I'm a smart a**.
Mark
 
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Hi Mark , nice joke
 
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cool i think i start learning my alphabets from today
 
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Guys, this is what I found out for SCEA PART II !!!
Class Diagram (44 maximum)
Component Diagram (44 maximum)
Sequence/Colloboration Diagrams (12 maximum)
The assignment explicitly states that your grade is 40% class diagram, 40% component diagram, and 20% sequence/collaboration diagram. They don't mention anything about the essay in their grading criteria.
I have also heard tht there is no time limit for part II !!!
 
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I read on yahoo part II takes around 100 hours. I suspect that's the minimum.
One can see in this forum how many days from passed part on exam 1 to submitted documents. Gennaldy Shapiro, among others, posted both events.
No time limit on part II, I think is untrue. Before SCEA there another architect cetificate. I'll bet you can't get it any more. So if you are holding the assignment portion when they cancel SCEA you could get burned. Without EJB 2.0 in SCEA it must only be a matter of time. Besides Sun's hurting for revenue and they need us to pop for another certificate.
The essay exam is part III.
 
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Class Diagram (44 maximum)
Component Diagram (44 maximum)
Sequence/Colloboration Diagrams (12 maximum)
The assignment explicitly states that your grade is 40% class diagram, 40% component diagram, and 20% sequence/collaboration diagram.


Hmmm. 40% = 44 points
40% = 44 points and
20% = 12 points doesn't quite add up correctly if 44 points = 40% then 22 should = 20%.
Like the SCJD there is no time limit. Those that downloaded the older version can still submit and pass it as if there isn't the newer version. Sun does not discontinue for the sake of generating more money.
Again like the SCJD, the essay exam is merely there to prove that you completed your diagrams yourself. If you did the work then the essay exam is no problem.
Mark
 
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