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UML Interview question

Hi, I am a java programmer. In a recent telephone interview I was asked how I would go about designing a Restaurant Reservation System? The time to answer would be anywhere between 10 to 15 minutes. Any suggestions on how to answer this question?

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what are you referring to exactly when you say the 'time to answer' Is it the time to answer the request for a reservation?
or the question itself

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Re: UML Interview question

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Originally posted by ams
Hi, I am a java programmer. In a recent telephone interview I was asked how I would go about designing a Restaurant Reservation System? The time to answer would be anywhere between 10 to 15 minutes. Any suggestions on how to answer this question?


Ideally, the answering should go like...
1. Developing Business use Case diagram and text: depicting various modes of operations of customer and expected responses from the system.
Methods: interviwing with customer and domain experts
output: features, supportability, performence req.
2. Developing System Use cases: reviewing with customer and engineering team(architect/key designer(s))
output: details of features in terms of s/w requuirements, architectural decisions..
3. Go for Design and implementation.

An more thoughts ?

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