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UML 2.0 Use Case Diagrams – level of detail

Posted on March 27th, 2012 · Posted in UML Today

“Hey, why don’t we go to The Smiling Chef after work?” As much as I love the get-togethers with my girlfriends, they aren’t without obstacles. Like trying to dodge The Smiling Chef or any other restaurant where you are charged an arm and a leg for a nicely roasted thigh. Squab’s thigh...
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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.

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.