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Is it just high level design?

Edward Chen
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For the OCMJEA, do we write the real implementation, method-by-method, line-by-line or just high-level design ? the submitted project should be runnable like SCJD assignment ?

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Edward Chen wrote:For the OCMJEA, do we write the real implementation, method-by-method, line-by-line or just high-level design ? the submitted project should be runnable like SCJD assignment ?

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The OCMJEA assignment is nothing like the OCMJD. The assignment requires you to produce UML diagrams to represent the design of the application.


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High level design. If you are coding for the architect exam, you are doing something wrong.


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