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what free materials available for UML

 
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Can any body where can i find free study materials/ tutorials
on net for download on UML & object technology
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Seek and ye shall find!. There is a plethora of info on UML available on the net. For starters here is some:
http://www.cetus-links.org/oo_uml.html
 
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Go get the together whiteboard. It's free, and you can just write your java code, and it generates UML (and vice-versa). It's a really good way to learn class diagrams, at least. I imported one of my more complex packages into it, and learned a lot from seeing UML of classes I already know very well.
HTH
 
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'white tiger'
Please take a look at the JavaRanch naming policy. I urge you to change your name and choose one that meets the requirements.
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'ManOnTheMoon',
Your name does not comply with the JavaRanch naming policy. After NASA accomplishes "Manned Mission to Mars(2010??)" , we will review our naming policy and allow 'astronomical' surnames. For now, please choose one that meets the requirements.

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Originally posted by eric moon:
Go get the together whiteboard. It's free, and you can just write your java code, and it generates UML (and vice-versa). It's a really good way to learn class diagrams, at least. I imported one of my more complex packages into it, and learned a lot from seeing UML of classes I already know very well.
HTH


what is whiteboard ?can you give site address ... thank you
 
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Kameshwar - Check out two very informative sites here and here. Please read the first one very carefully - it contains info you will need the next time you post.

[This message has been edited by Jim Yingst (edited December 17, 2000).]
 
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