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Hi All,
I am preparing for the exam and not sure what will happen but more excited to learn. The first section of the exam is about UML. I have the Grady Booch book "The Unified Modeling Language User Guide". What I am not able to understand is what to focus on in this book? Its a huge.........book and I do not know what all topics relate to the exam.
Maybe I am following the wrong book. Please guide
Thanks for the help
Neelu
 
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If you have some experience with UML you don't need to read a book.. Just read on the net and look for some good tutorials, to remember the details...
If you really want to read a book , I recommend "Uml Distilled"...
Good luck to you....
 
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Thanks for the reply. I think I will rely on web for UML because the book is too much to study and I get ready to sleep after hardly 2-3 pages.
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Elements of UML Style is an excellent UML resource on the web. Don't forget to check it out before you delve in to drawing diagrams.
Cheers,
 
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