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Passed UML with 81%

 
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I gave the ppr. on 09-02-2002. The paper was typical as usual, with more use case scenarios, i got approx. 3-4 scenarios, ppl. who have given the paper previously have been reported to said of 1-2 scenarios.
I highly recommend a thorough and brain teasing study of CRAIG LARMAN with all time favourite MARTIN FOWLER, and hey guyz i've discovered
another reference book to refine and polish the concepts given by the previous authors, its USING UML by POOLEY STEVENS pubished by ADDISON
WESLEY, having a yellow cover page, its pretty cheap. A must read (just skim through)
Well, anyone can catch me for more help, i would be more than happy to do so..yah :-)Wishing you ppl. all the best
Syed Zakir Husain
SCJP, SCWCD, SQL Developer, OOAD-UML
 
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Congratulations, Great Score.
 
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