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Hi,

I've just passed SCEA I with 85% ( A big big thak-you to all who post on this site ) and am about to start part II. Any advice on where to begin and what is expected would be very much appreciated.


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Aside from getting the project files and reading them, I assume you mean.

The best suggestion I can think of is to sit down and just carefully go through the design process step by step. I found that by re-reading the problem a few times and taking some notes, making up a list of what seemed most important to consider and where there were potential pitfalls, was the best preparation I could make before digging into the problem.

Good luck!
 
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Hi thanks for the reply, I have read the assignment a couple of times now and it is coming into focus. At the moment I'm wondering how the hell the business analysis came up with "Equipment" in the domain model. No wonder he's no longer with the company.

Is is fair to assume that the domain model is concrete and not changeable or should we try to improve on it?
 
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you can change it, just justify all your asumtions.
 
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Originally posted by Richard Bourner:
I'm wondering how the hell the business analysis came up with "Equipment" in the domain model. No wonder he's no longer with the company.



why do you think that Equipment is in correct to be in the domain model ?
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