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Re: [Gnumed-devel] Re: Conference Report - UML

From: engelbert . gruber
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] Re: Conference Report - UML
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2003 12:23:37 +0200 (CEST)

On Wed, 13 Aug 2003, Christian Heller wrote:

> > > 2/ UML object design from said specs devised. A skills shortage is this
> > > area was identified,
> > > Tim Churches has indicated he knows some people who may be able to help
> > > [1 day workshop + further month]
> > Well, we don't know if these people will be willing and have enough spare
> > time. Plus
> > there is a lerning curve for everybody who want's to take part in that
> > process. I guess we will
> > need a UML-modelller, too. Is there one available as open source ?
> > IN general, I like the idea of UML object design. Don't know much about it,
> > yet, but sounds like it could
> > help us to sort out our design problems / inconsistencies.
> I have been employed by a company "OWiS" that had built a (commercial)
> UML tool "Object Technology Workbench" (OTW). I have done some UML
> modelling; just last week, I had to correct exam papers about it.
> For an average software developer with experience in OO techniques,
> one day of introduction to UML is much enough. It is not difficult --
> painting boxes and ellipses -- and could as well be done on pure paper.
> The architectural concepts behind a system is is what needs to be
> understood; UML as such is rather easy.

especially if one takes the no nonsense approach from objectmentor
"uml for java programmers", its a pitty that the pdf is no longer

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