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Old 5th April 2007, 09:18 PM
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Intro Book to UML

Can anyone recommend a good book that I can use for learning UML please.
I'm considering getting O'reilly's Pocket Reference, and also Martin Fowlers UML distilled.

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Old 6th April 2007, 05:30 PM
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I don't have a book to suggest. I learned from the many tutorials on the web. The basic UML "syntax" is quite simple. There are only a few shapes and notations to learn. The real challenge in my opinion is to be able to come up with those UML classes. For that, I recommend some Object Oriented Analysis and Design, Design Patterns, and Data Modeling books. I like the Head First series.

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