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Dumb question about part 2

Luca Nobili
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Joined: Oct 15, 2009
Posts: 3
Hi guys,
really sorry for this question, but I am still in the process of deciding whether to go for the SCEA certification or not and I have a rather basic doubt about part 2.
Looks like the only deliverables required are UML diagrams plus two more plain text deliverables. The question is: is there any coding involved in part 2? What approach do people use? Do they code a solution and then just submit the UML diagrams or just write the diagrams without any coding whatsoever?

Thanks,
Luca
Rahul Mishra
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Joined: Jan 22, 2006
Posts: 211
From what i have followed at Javaranch..on part 2..i seriously doubt if anyone codes and reverse engineers the uml..i think the traditional approach of doing uml..is just fine..

on a side note, being a Head First fan..i strongly belive that there are no dumb questions...but only dumb answers..

Does mine qualify as one ?


OCMJEA/SCEA, SCDJWS, SCBCD 1.3, SCJP 1.4
My SCEA experience:http://javalogue.blogspot.com/
Luca Nobili
Greenhorn

Joined: Oct 15, 2009
Posts: 3
Hi Rahul,
glad you recognized the "quotation" ;-)

I am reading Head First Design Patterns in these days.

Anyway, thanks for your answer that makes perfectly sense.

Thanks again,
Luca
 
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