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ISBN:
0596004974
Author:
Dan Pilone
Category:
Programming
Language:
English
Publisher:
O'Reilly Media; 1 edition (July 4, 2003)
Pages:
96 pages
EPUB book:
1668 kb
FB2 book:
1381 kb
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1164 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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142


Dan Pilone's UML . Pocket Reference is just such an aid for on-the-go developers who need to converse . Use this book to decipher the many UML diagrams you'll encounter on the path to delivering a modern software system.

Use this book to decipher the many UML diagrams you'll encounter on the path to delivering a modern software system. Updated to cover the very latest in UML.

In this book, you'll find information on UML usage, and also on the symbols, line-endings, and syntax used for the following diagram types: Class diagrams Component diagrams Behavioral diagrams Sequence diagrams Statechart diagrams Object diagrams Deployment diagrams Use case diagrams Collaboration diagrams Activity diagrams Let this book be your UML dictionary. It's clear, concise, and small.

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Dan Pilone's UML . Pocket. As a system architect I find this reference guide pretty useful in case I need to quickly refresh my memory on how some UML notation goes again. Have this essential guide always at your hand, especially when learning UML or using the notation for the first time in real software engineering cases. Very good UML reminder reference. com User, January 8, 2004. This is a great little guide to keep on hand as you gain experience with UML.

UML . : Pocket Reference, Paperback by Pilone, Dan, Brand New, Free P&P i. .Dan Pilone is a Senior Software Architect with Blueprint Technologies, Inc. and a mediocre rock climber.item 2 UML . Pocket Reference (Pocket Reference (O'Reilly)) by Dan Pilone Paperback -UML . Pocket Reference (Pocket Reference (O'Reilly)) by Dan Pilone Paperback. He also teaches project management, software design, and software engineering at The Catholic University in Washington .

The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is one of the most important languages for anyone in the software industry to know. The UML is a visual language enabling architects, designers, and developers to communicate about design. Seemingly simple on the surface, the UML is a rich and expressive language, with many visual syntactical elements.It's next to impossible to memorize all aspects of the UML. Just as a writer might require a dictionary to work with the spoken word, so too do UML practitioners require a dictionary of sorts. In this book, you'll find information on UML usage, and also on the symbols, line-endings, and syntax used for the following diagram types:

Class diagramsComponent diagramsBehavioral diagramsSequence diagramsStatechart diagramsObject diagramsDeployment diagramsUse case diagramsCollaboration diagramsActivity diagramsLet this book be your UML dictionary. It's clear, concise, and small. Keep this book at hand, and never again be stymied by an unfamiliar UML symbol, a line-ending you don't recognize, or the use of an unfamiliar diagram type.O'Reilly's Pocket References have become a favorite among programmers everywhere. By providing a wealth of important details in a concise, well-organized format, these handy books deliver just what you need to complete the task at hand. When you need to get to a solution quickly, the new UML Pocket Reference is the book you'll want to have.
  • Shaktiktilar
Like O'Reilly's other Pocket Reference books, this book is designed as a quick reference with an ultimate goal of making the reader as productive as possible. It is really useful for people with knowledge of UML but need a quick refresher.
I found it to not only be a very quick read, but a good reference on UML syntax and usage. The book is divided up into sections, which cover the various UML diagrams you might encounter. The brief discussion in each section will quickly bring the reader up to speed.
Again, if you are already familiar with UML and need a sort of quick reference book, then I would recommend this as an addition to your library. If you are looking for a more thorough UML explanation or are not as comfortable with it as you would like to be, I would recommend a more involved book, like O'Reilly's Learning UML.
  • Riavay
This is a great little guide to keep on hand as you gain experience with UML. The author targets the experienced UML person who knows there is a way to do something but is unsure of the syntax. By no means would you buy this book to learn UML from the ground up. But once you work your way through a book such as Learning XML by Sinan Si Alhir, you would benefit from a short guide to point you in the right direction when stumped.
Conclusion
If you're going to be UML on a regular basis and you've worked through the basics, I recommend this book as a very good index to everything in the UML diagram world.
  • watching to future
Great UML reference.

If you are in software development, and get a stack of UML diagrams handed to you and have any doubt about how to interpret their content, this book is for you.

If you are a software developer or designer and need to diagram UML and get it right the first time, this book is for you.

It is quite a bit more comprehensive than the other UML books by O'Reilly and others, and it WILL fit in your pocket with room to spare.
  • Helo
I agree with the reviews that praised this book a couple of years ago. It is just as good as other O'Reilly quick reference books, but the standard has changed to UML 2.0 and you might want to consider that strongly when you make a purchase. UML 2.0 is not covered in this book.
  • Cordabor
As a system architect I find this reference guide pretty useful in case I need to quickly refresh my memory on how some UML notation goes again. Small pocket size is handy and travels easily in the laptop case, for example. Have this essential guide always at your hand, especially when learning UML or using the notation for the first time in real software engineering cases.