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UML 2.0 Class diagrams – generalization

Posted on January 26th, 2012 · Posted in UML Today

Manuel is back from his post-release-pre-Christmas vacation all tanned and refreshed and fired up to talk about UML again. In this post he’ll look at generalization, substitution and inheritance and will realize his genius.

Visual thinkers – that’s us

Posted on November 28th, 2011 · Posted in ID

We are visual thinkers and we see visual models everywhere in our everyday life, even when buying a pizza or waiting for the bus. Even when going to bed in the evening, all events that happened trough the day emerge before our eyes in the form of a diagram.

UML 2.0 Class Diagrams – relationships

Posted on November 21st, 2011 · Posted in UML Today

Manuel says hi. Manuel is slightly embarrassed by this post, so will try and keep it short.

UML 2.0 Class Diagrams – the anatomy of a class

Posted on October 31st, 2011 · Posted in UML Today

In this post Manuel takes a look under the UML skirt of a class and how the structure of a class is represented.

UML 2.0 Class Diagrams – introduction

Posted on October 31st, 2011 · Posted in UML Today

Hi there, Manuel again. From some of my previous ramblings you are already familiar with some of the individuals I have to work with and the dynamic among us. I intend to introduce you to them a bit more intimately through a series of posts on Class Diagrams. And I mean very intimately:..
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Messages in UML 2.0 Sequence Diagrams – “I’ll call you…”

Posted on October 24th, 2011 · Posted in UML Today

Last time we ended with my dilemma either to try and meet a killer deadline or to get sacked. Fibbs, the company’s salesman, managed to sell a software upgrade to an important client. Good job, except that we hadn’t even planned to do such an upgrade. What’s even better, a..
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UML Sequence Diagrams – introduction

Posted on October 15th, 2011 · Posted in UML Today

UML Sequence Diagrams give you a way to visually express a scenario in the operation of a system, focusing on the order of interaction between objects and processes in it. This article presents the basic concepts to help you get started with sequence diagramming. They are a good way to communicate with fellow coders and make your boss look stupid. If there is need to help with that, of course.

echo on

Posted on October 15th, 2011 · Posted in ID

Am I on air? I'm on. Hello. I'm Manuel and I have been put in charge of introducing this blog, as everybody else seems to be busy writing code for the upcoming release.