Thursday, October 1, 2009
-What do you understand by Web Service? I vividly remember this question because I didn't answer it. This is the last question.
Here, Suria asked the questions for Heroes also. It was about:
Some are multiple choice questions. Some questions need only a short answer. Yeah, Suria said "Think a lot, Don't write a lot!"
For example, for the ArrayList, codes are given with gaps. You have to write the codes in the gaps.
In most of the questions, you have to fill the gaps. Sometimes write property class.
-What Venkat showed in the Damo was enough.
-Writing in class
-How to connect to the database
Mostly are comparisons and coding. You have to write the classes for the given scenario.
The comparison questions were short.
- A scenario was given.
-Draw a Use Case Diagram for the given scenario.
-A class diagram for this scenario.
Oh, man, I almost forgot. I have to search my school books again.
In any means, you won't have much time to write down. Juniors, you should start practice writing very very quickly.
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Monday, September 15, 2008
How's everything in 1st Semester? Due to the mass requests in Cbox, I make the link for the question types for our SA27 batch. You can see the one in the Labels box. But we don't have SA28 questions. Pls ask them to upload. May be they don't have access to this blog or other reasons. SA27 and SA28 questions types are not similar. Anyway, u can at least know how ISS questions look like. Good luck.
We are more than happy to give u access to this blog. So, u all can also participate and upload ur questions also. Pls send email@example.com this email address for blog author request. Pls include ur name, batch and blog userID there to check whether u r ISS students or not. We don't give the access right to Non-ISS students.
If possible, we also want to handover batch by batch and keep running this blog. We hoped SA28 to participate in this blog, but they were hardworking students and very busy with their study. We hope SA29 to spend some of your precious time in this blog.
The below are the links of ISS Groups from community site.
That's all. Good luck all our brothers and sisters from SA29.
Monday, May 12, 2008
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Saturday, May 3, 2008
A Myanmar official says a tropical cyclone packing winds of 190 kilometers per hour, or 120 miles, caused heavy damage in Yangon, tearing off roofs and knocking out electricity in much of the country's commercial capital.
The official from the country's Meteorology Department says he expects deaths and injuries from Saturday's storm. But he could not provide any figures. Herefused to be named because he is not authorized to speak to the press.
The meteorological bureau said in a special announcement broadcast several times Friday afternoon that tropical cyclone Nargis could hit the coast near Yangon, the country's biggest city. Nargis originated in the Bay of Bengal.
Friday, May 2, 2008
There will be Cyclone this evening (2 May 6 P.M local time).
Read More Detail Here
Friday, April 18, 2008
1.Name the system scope and boundaries.
2.List the actors (Brainstorm)
3.List user goals for the system (becoming use case)
4.Capture the outmost summary use case to see "Who really cares" - seeking primary actors
5.Reconsider and revise summary use cases.Add, subtract or merge goals (Refining)
6.Select one use case to expand
7.Capture stakeholder interests and preconditions and guarantees (their requirements - there may be additional requirements)
8.Write the main succes scenario
9.List the extension conditions (Brainstorm)
10.Write the extension-handling steps
11.Extract complex flows to sub use case; merge trival sub use cases (Refining again)
12.Iterate and adjust
I think list number 1 to 6 will be helpful for SA28 who are now facing their exam on coming Monday.....
GOOD LUCK JUNIORS!!!!
Dynamic Modelling: It is Time Dependent View.It representing the object interactions during runtime , mostly represent by sequence, activity,collaboration and statechart diagrams.
a. Are they same?
b. What are Internal Worker and External Worker?
Usually those questions come up because of not getting the concept on Business workflow and Requirement workflow –
My classification is very simple (for dummies – like me). It is based on what we are focusing on .Let me explain with picture, cause single picture worth thousand of words.
First I pick Actors from case study. At this moment, I don’t care whether it is system or business actor. To pick Actors, there is definition – say – a person who is interacting with something. Something can be either business or system. For example, if we are discussing on Business workflow and there are a lot of people interact with the business. Those people may be (not are) Business Actors. If we are talking our requirements of business and to implement some system, people (not only human) who can interact (use) with our future system will become System Actors.
For instance, in manufacturing business, there are a lot of employees working in industry.
QCs, Engineers, Technicians, HRs, Managers, Accountants, Office Staffs, etc. Those people are working for this business – we call them Internal Workers of this business. So, in contrast, we can have External Workers . These External Workers may be Business Actors but not all External Workers are Business Actors. Same idea work for Internal Workers, not all Internal Workers are System Actors. It depends on who will use the system .