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In the IBM mock exam, there is a question on which method is the best way to organise teams in a large project. Is the answer based on any process methodology RUP for example. If so why are there no references to read up on that proess method
 
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Nigel,
I think IBM is considering this question under requirement analysis.As Martin Fowler mentions, UML without a process would look very dry.So he lays down his process in his book.RUP could be another such process.
This question seems to be slightly out of place for the OOAD with UML test, but since it is there, we need to crack it, as well as look out for such questions in the actual test.
I am most concerned about the Requirement Analysis Test Objective.None of the recommended books has a proper treatise for it.
BTW, the discussion on this question is available here
Hope this helps,
Sandeep
[This message has been edited by Desai Sandeep (edited May 18, 2001).]
 
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Desai,
You say that:
"This question seems to be slightly out of place for the OOAD with UML test".
Well, what about objective 1G then?
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1.Development Process
G.Organize the project team responsibilities
based on OOAD artifacts.
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So, it's clearly a valid question for the test.
BTW, I agree with your answer (C) to the question. Pretty good justification too.
Cheers,
Panagiotis.
 
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That's a Development Process question.
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David Roberts - SCJP2,MCP
 
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Hi,
Correction - Not "Requirement Analysis" but it's "Development Process".
Any suggestions/materials/books apart from the recommended books by IBM for Test 486 - especially concerned about Requirement Analysis
Thanks,
Sandeep
 
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