Wednesday, 29 January 2014

1Z0-807 Java EE 6 Enterprise Architect Certified Master Exam

follow-up of [2]

Pfew! Made it! Woohoo! I had answered 73% of questions correctly, and I needed 71%. I should've studied more.

It is Multiple-Choice, and some of the wrong possible answers are really quite close to correct.

Then again, who has to answer a Architectural Question in their business careers in less than 2.5 minutes on average, really?

On to the next step, the Assignment!!

The exam

Most of the exam questions were regarding business use cases.

The exam questions can be broadly separated into three distinct categories:
use cases
of imaginary companies seeking to change/re-evaluate (a part of) their current outdated infrastructure in some fashion
questions on design patterns
when to use them, what their characteristics are, etc. *)
questions on JEE technologies
when would you apply which technologies, given some Non-Functional Requirements (NFR)

*) Seems the books "Core J2EE Patterns", "Real World Java EE Patterns: Rethinking Best Practices" and "Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software" really did help, and were fascinating reads in and of themselves.


[1] 1Z0-807 Java EE 6 Enterprise Architect Certified Master Exam
[2] Architect Enterprise Applications with Java EE - Course

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