I know this question appeared in one of the previous posts, but the answer in that post chose all the four options as correct answers. I got this question in the mock test for IBM486. Please tell me your opinion on my answer: Question: Which of the following are effective ways to manage an OO project? (2 answers required) a) Organize development teams along the lines of the packages. b) Organize the scheduled tasks so that easy, low-risk items are addressed first. c) Organize the test cases to follow the use case scenarios. d) Organize the user's guide along the lines of the packages. Answers: a, c. Thanks in advance.
MM Koppula<br />SCJP2<br />Object Oriented Analysis and Design with UML (IBM)
I have answered the same: (a) & (c). Answer (b) is incorrect, since High risk items need to be addressed first. Answer (d) is incorrect, since user guide should typically follow use-case scenarios. Reference : Larman's book. [ January 29, 2002: Message edited by: Suresh Ray ]
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