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Applying UML and Patterns: 2nd or 3rd Edition

 
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Hi,

I am starting to study for the IBM 486 test. I am hoping someone will be able to give me some advice on what material I should read. I have the gang of four book and the UML distilled 2nd edition. I read on another thread that I should read the Applying UML and Patterns: book by Craig Larman. Should i get the 2nd or third edition of this book. I know that the 2nd edition covers UML 1 and the third edition covers UML 2. I think the exam covers UML 1?? My question is there much difference between the the two versions of UML? Should i buy the 2nd or 3rd edition of Applying UML and Patterns??

Thanks for any advice
 
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There are not much different for both edition, if your purpose is to study for IBM 486. You might go for the 3rd edition as it is more up to date.

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