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Does anybody know a good web resource for the process of assembling UML diagrams, like maybe RUP. I found lots on UML itself but nothing on the process.
 
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UML is a process independent language to discuss and communicate the design, etc. of a system - in other words, UML can be useful for any process and can be applied as need be for each. UML Distilled by Martin Fowler is an excellent first read on UML. It also mentions how processes can use UML (usually referring to the RUP process).
 
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I have UML distilled. it has a chapter on process. very brief and sketchy. is there a good web resource on RUP or some other process, like the Extreme Programming site ( which is really cool btw).
 
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