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I have not implementation in my practial software development. 4 years ago
There are so many things that I want to learn, all at once. As a programmer, I think there is nothing more urgent that learning, and utilizing UML at work.
Step 1: Install the “Tool”
Download the free community version from http://www.visual-paradigm.com/product/vpuml/
Step 2: Intro
Complete the online tutorial for Beginner at
http://odl-skopje.etf.ukim.edu.mk/uml-help/ 5 years ago
I have used UML notation in a sharp client case now. Only for the javamodel and the result was except some understanding of the concept also a tool and a terminology to use together with the client. I have not tried all the other tools, like use cases etc. 6 years ago
As a QA, I need to learn at least the basics of UML. I plan to do this mostly through various online resources. I hope to post a note in a couple of weeks about my progress. 6 years ago
This semester I will use it so I have to read more about it. I will tell you how is going with me.
Have fun 6 years ago
I don’t have chance to practise UML.
I mean in a formal way.
Although I always try to draw UML diagrams when design software. But people around me don’t use it much. 6 years ago
I am just done with a Module for which i even had to work with some diagrams. This is one such activity diagram created by me that even won approval of my PM. I’m so proud i did it at first place. I think now i am not too far away from achieving my final goal of becoming a software architect. 6 years ago
O’reilly’s UML in a Nut Shell helped me considerably while i was working with diagrams in my recent project. Its a must for architects (ofcourse not for beginners) as a reference book.Whenever i am free i flip through it to master the terms that can be effectively used in documentations. I have also got myself aquainted with Rational Rose and Microsoft Visio. Rational Rose was the first product by IBM for UML.
well so far so good, atleast now Use cases and Actors are not alien to me :) 6 years ago
I think i started on this very well. There is a free community edition of Visual Paradigm that comes in very handy when you actually want to work on examples. I downloaded it first and read through its help section to have my basics cleared. While i learnt basics i also practised on some Activity and sequential diagrams….not so bad, right? but i still have miles to go…..any suggestions are most welcomed. 6 years ago
The obvious starting point seems to be http://www.uml.org
It does not host any tutorials but links to a few, I will read the 20 pages introduction on the ibm page to begin with. The rational rose I beliwve was one of the first uml-tools around and i like tracing back technologies to their origins.
http://www-306.ibm.com/software/rational/uml/ 7 years ago
that I feel a growing need to add to my languages.
I come from functional programming background and learnt to draw jsp-diagrams way back, havent used it much and it is also quite limited to just program flow.
I want to add at least some basic knowledge to be able to properly read and use them correctly in the specification phase for system overviews.
Ive been asking my employer to let me attend a course but its not going to happen, so ill check free online resources to start with. 7 years ago