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UML version for part 2

 
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Just wondering if Sun requires a specific version of UML syntax for part 2.

To learn UML I was debating by preparing to either of the UML cert exams the OMG's uml cert (UML 2) and the IBM cert(UML 1). Career wise UML 2 is a smarter move. If part 2 requires UML 1 diagrams, what is the point in learning UML 2.


Oh one last question how respected are the OMG exams in the industry???
 
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As has been stated several times of late (and you could search for it), Sun has not specified a version of UML for your diagrams, so long as they're valid UML. I suspect that either 1 or 2 could be used equally well for the assignment.

With regards to the OMG exams... you're probably best off asking that in the 'Other Certifications' forum. :-\
 
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As to your question on uml certification.
Been around in the industry for a while now. Most palces looked only for good UML handle for Architects basically to convey ideas. Do not recall companies adding too much imporatnce to UML certification,



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[ June 01, 2006: Message edited by: Kay Ra ]
 
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