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UML

 
Peter Warde
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The Concept objects state that

- Draw UML Diagrams
- Interpret UML diagrams

I'm using UML Distilled and it lists the following UML diagrams:

- Class
- Sequence
- Object
- Package
- Deployment
- Use Cases
- State Machine
- Communication
- Composite
- Component
- Collaborations
- Interaction Overview
- Timing

Are we supposed to study all these and are there any missing? Is UML Distilled the right book to use for this. And to what depth do we need to go?

Any help?

Thanks

Peter
 
Sanjay Saxena
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Before this question goes down in the list, I should post my reply so that it comes up in the list and someone can answer it.
This is my question too.
Ranchers please help.
 
Akar Rafidj
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For the current exam, you need only a basic knowledge of UML 1.x, it doesn't cover UML 2. UML Distilled (2nd edition) is a good introduction, it's sufficient.
But, i think that learning UML is a must for any developer and this exam is an opportunity to acquire good UML skills.You may also read "UML user guide" by Grady Booch,James Rumbaugh, Ivar Jacobson, edition Addison Wesley

Akar
 
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