Under Construction - Please send me good resource links!
Sun's Resources (Sun Certified Architect Exam) - (SCJA)
- Enterprise Java Computing: Applicaiton and Architecture (Managing Object
Technoloby, 22) by Govind K. Seshadri. "Book can roughly be divided into
four sections: Relational Database Integration, Server-side Java, Distributed Object
Computing, and Real-World Deployment." Sold by Amazon.com
IBM's IBM's OOAD (Object Oriented Analysis and Design) Exam
(used with VisualAge for Java & Webshere certifications)
- Object-Oriented Analysis and Design Test Recommended Educational Resources.
- IBM's WhitePaper on "A
Practical Guide for Proof-of-Concept Engagements" - This paper describes a
process for delivering successful proof-of-concept (POC) engagements for a client who is
interested in using object technology to solve a critical business problem.
- Software Design Books (recommended for IBM's OOAD Exam)
- UML Distilled: Applying the Standard Object Modeling Language - Basic overview of the
Unified Modeling Language. by Martin Fowler with Kendall Scott (ISBN 0-201-32563-2 )
- Designing Object-Oriented Software, Prentice Hall ISBN 0-13-629825-7.
Responsibility Driven Design (RDD) is described.
- Design Patterns: Elements of reusable Object-Oriented Software - discusses
object-oriented and procedural design patterns. (IBM'ers SR28-5629-00) (ISBN
0-201-63361-2) (I had difficultly following the info in the book.)
- Unified Modeling Language Users Guide - by the UML trio (Booch, Rumbaugh and
Yourdon) - great reference and the whys behind UML. (IBM'ers SR23-8805-00) (ISBN
- www.awl.com/cseng/otseries - Designed
for analysts, architects, application developers, and project managers, as well as people
just discovering objects, the Addison-Wesley Object Technology Series demonstrates
how to implement object technologies efficiently and economically
- Has Java 2 Architect & Programmer Exam review &
simulated Exam Quiz. The EXAM is an awesome learning tool also. You're asked a
question, then immediately told the results and why! Thanks Jamie Jaworski.
(also has Java 2 Programmer)