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Jeanne Boyarsky
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First, a big thanks to Arulkumaran Kumaraswamipillai for being here to promote the book Java/J2EE Job Interview Companion.

The winners are:

Ryan Day
Anubhav Anand
Ralph Ching
Devisri Nanubala

Please send your snail mail address to bookpromotion AT javaranch DOT com. To ensure the quickest response, please provide the following:

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Also, please include the following as the subject of your Email.

Book Promo Winner - Java/J2EE Job Interview Companion - Tuesday, February 26th 2008

As noted in the Book Promotion Eligibility Requirements and Legal type stuff, the winners have 8 days to submit their information.

Thanks and congrats to all the winners.

[edited to revise winners list]
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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Winners list edited since Mark has been nice enough to donate his book to the next lucky winner.
Ryan Day
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Thanks Arul and JavaRanch. Looking forward to reading it!


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Devi Sri
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Thank You very much, Jeanne.

I would be very thankful to Mark, for his kind donation.

Also, I would be very thankful to the selectors, and the Author , Mr.Arul.

Many Big Thanks to JavaRanch.


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Congratulations to the Winners and thanks a lot to JavaRanch for the great opportunity.


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That's nice. Congratulations to all the winners


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Thanks to arulk and congrats to the winners
Anubhav Anand
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Thank You very much, Jeanne.
A big thanks to selectors, and the Author , Mr.Arul.
Many Big Thanks to JavaRanch.

Anamika Singh
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Congrats to the winners. Thanks Arul.
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Congratulations to all the winners!


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Shanmugam nagaraj
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Hi Arul kumaran,
Thanks a lot first... Really you inspired me lot and get motivated ...
Can you please tell me, Is there any steps to follow to analysis the system and draw workflow for the very complicated system..

Thanks

Shaan


Thanks <br />Shanmugam N
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Develop a domain model, use case model and a design model. The UML techniques can be used for the model diagrams (e.g. class diagrams, sequence diagrams etc).


-- A list of use cases depicting the requirements.
-- The domain model, which captures your understanding of the domain with the help of UML class diagrams.


For complex scenarios look at statechart diagrams, activity diagrams, collaboration diagrams, etc.
Shanmugam nagaraj
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Hi Arul,
Thanks for your quick response.
Actually, I suppose to analyse the complicated manual process and to design for the automate the flow I dont know where to start. Is there any steps to do or pattern for that. Because I dont have the experience on this analysis.

Actually the java j2ee companion, Is it possible to get this book in shops. Because I cannot find that one, Just reading the sample version gave me a job and confidence on me.. really heartly speaking really you great....(introduction about your self is excel...)

Thanks

Shanmugam
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If you post your basic design requirements in the "OO, Patterns, UML and Refactoring " you will get help from the fellow ranchers. It is very hard to say without knowing what you are trying to design. Have a look at the book entitled "UML Distilled" by Martin Fowler and Kendall Scott. Also, a good book on Object Oriented Analysis & Design will be handy as well.


On a high level:

When you want to look at a complex behavior of several objects within a single use case then use a collaboration diagram. If you want to look at a single object across multiple use cases then use a statechart diagram. You should also look at the use case diagrams and activity diagrams. An ativity diagrams is really a fancy flow chart. The activity diagram and statechart diagrams are related in a sense that statechart diagram focuses on object undergoing a transition process and an activity diagram focuses on the flow of activities involved in a single transition process.



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Shanmugam nagaraj
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Hi Arul,
Ok I will talk with pattern people....

Actually I want to be a Technical Architect. I dont know where to start and how to go step by step, I just completed SCJP and working as a system analyst in a concern. Can you please guide me a way. So I will make my future brighter like you....


Thanks
Shaan
Ananth Chellathurai
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Congrats winners. I would be a winner one day soon.

Ananth Chellathurai


Ananth Chellathurai [Walk on software]
arulk pillai
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Originally posted by Shanmugam nagaraj:
Hi Arul,
Ok I will talk with pattern people....

Actually I want to be a Technical Architect. I dont know where to start and how to go step by step, I just completed SCJP and working as a system analyst in a concern. Can you please guide me a way. So I will make my future brighter like you....


Thanks
Shaan



Firstly architects need to have enough experience to understand the pros and cons of design choices. The best way to fast track is to pro-actively learn, apply and then experience it. Learn the key areas like lnaguage fundamentals, design concepts, design patterns, transactional issues, concurrency issues, performance considerations, memory issues, development process, etc. Also, build your soft skills. Architects need to have excellent soft skills like communication, analytical, problem solving, interpersonal, presentation, etc.

http://trak3r.blogspot.com/2007/01/how-do-you-become-architect.html


http://softwarecreation.org/2007/do-we-need-software-architects-10-reasons-why-not/

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Shanmugam nagaraj
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Thanks Arul, Thanks a lot
The words and the article is gave me a good idea to start. I will mail you after I become a architect(but oftenly mail you if any doubts.... :-))

Thanks

Shaan
Shanmugam nagaraj
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Hi Arul
I know this is not the post to ask this question, but please help me...

I struggle to create a template, like gathering requirement for Admin module, I need to anlysis the business and need to ask questions to customer... Is there any sites or url or any idea that can help my situation.. I just need some sample templates what kind of queries to ask and how deep I can ask and what is the output I can expect from this template....

Thanks in advance...

Shaan
Mark Herschberg
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Originally posted by Shanmugam nagaraj:
Hi Arul
I know this is not the post to ask this question...


Then don't ask it here. We are sympathetic to new people who may not know the appropriate way to ask questions, but that sympathy is limited when the person knowingly displays a disrespect towards the other users of this forum.

This type of question is best for the process forum. However given that you posted in another thread, I can't move this for you.

--Mark
arulk pillai
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Shanmugam, please check your private message.
Sunil Chandurkar
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I ordered the Interview companion from Amazon. It's expected to be delivered tomorrow.

I am excited as I will be interviewing for my first programming job.

I have passed SCJP and SCWCD and am looking forward to an exciting career.

Appreciate any tips, do's and don'ts etc.h
 
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