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Subject: [djug] Next DJUG meeting this WEDNESDAY 3/10
Date: Sun, 7 Mar 1999 20:16:52 -0800 (PST)
From: Charles Bradley <cbradley2@yahoo.com>
To: djug@egroups.com
Info on our next meeting. We're back in Driscoll Hall Rm 1880.
Charles
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March Meeting: March 10, 1999
Advanced Software: UML and GD Pro
Part 1: UML and Visual Modeling
UML Scope:
A very brief history of UML
Why We Model?
The role of the UML in software engineering
UML Notation Diagram Types
Static Structure Diagram (Class)
Behavioral Diagrams (Use Case, State, Activity)
Interaction Diagrams (Sequence, Collaboration)
Implementation Diagrams (Component, Deployment)
GDPro Overview
GDPro Summary & Product Introduction
Part 2: Using GDPro for UML and Visual Modeling
Design and Document Software Easily and Quickly
Advanced Software's GDPro is an objected-oriented visual modeling tool
that can also reverse-engineer and generate code supporting C++, JAVA
and Corba IDL grammars. GDPro supports UML (Unified Modeling
Language), allows collaborative software analysis and design,
synchronizes design models and source code, and captures and documents
software architecture in HTML. GDPro is supported on NT and several
UNIX platforms.
For more details on GDPro, see http://www.advancedsw.com
 
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