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The second Sparx University Week will be run during October, with most training sessions being held during the week of October 23-27.

University Weeks are hosted by Sparx Systems Japan, Sparx Systems Central Europe, Sparx Services North America, Sparx Systems India and Sparx Services UK (Hippo Software).

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The delivery format for each course varies depending on the subject, audience and location, with a mix of both online and face-to-face seminars and courses.

It is anticipated that Sparx University Week will be run on a global basis every few months, in conjunction with Sparx Systems Sister and Services Partner network.

Bookings are essential, please review the course schedule below and visit the course provider's website for more details and to register your place.

 

Sparx University Week Schedule:

 Facilitator: Date/Time: Course Title: Location: Language: Link:
Sparx Systems Central Europe Mon 16 Oct: 9:00am - 12:00pm CEST UML Fundamentals with Enterprise Architect - Free Session!  Online Delivery  English Details & Registration
Sparx Systems Central Europe Thur 19 - Fri 20 October Model-based Development with Enterprise Architect Nuremberg, Germany German Details & Registration
Sparx Systems Japan Fri 20 Oct: 1:30pm - 5:45pm JST

Enterprise Architect Introductory Seminar - Free Session!

Yokohama, Japan Japanese Details & Registration
Sparx Services UK (Hippo Software) Mon 23 - Tue 24 October Enterprise Architect, BPMN and Use Cases Online Delivery English Details & Registration
Sparx Systems Central Europe Mon 23 - Tue 24 October Enterprise Architect Foundations Munich, Germany German Details & Registration
Sparx Systems Central Europe Tue 24 - Wed 25 October SysML with Enterprise Architect Munich, Germany German Details & Registration
Sparx Systems Central Europe Tue 24 - Wed 25 October Enterprise Architect Foundations Zurich, Switzerland German Details & Registration
Sparx Systems Central Europe Tue 24 - Wed 25 October Enterprise Architect for Developers Amsterdam, Netherlands English Details & Registration
Sparx Systems Central Europe Tue 24 - Wed 25 October Enterprise Architect for Developers Vienna, Austria English Details & Registration
Sparx Systems India Tue 24 - Thur 26 October Enterprise Architect for Business Analysis Online Delivery English Details & Registration
Sparx Services UK (Hippo Software) Wed 25 - Thur 26 October Enterprise Architect and ArchMate  Online Delivery English Details & Registration
Sparx Systems Japan Fri 27 Oct: 1:30pm - 5:40pm JST Enterprise Architect Utilization Seminar - Free Session! Yokohama, Japan Japanese Details & Registration

 

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Hello fellow Enterprise Architect user!

 

we are very happy that the new release of EA's diff & merge extension LemonTree (c) by LieberLieber is available.

You can request the new version 1.3: http://lemontree.lieberlieber.com

Benefit of all features of your version control system by checking in EAP files! But do you already know that LemonTree can also diff DBMS such as SQL Server, Oracle, MySQl, etc.?


 

 

************* Release notes *************

We regularly provide updates like this to improve LemonTree.

Especially this release 1.3 brings improvements in speed and stability.

In addition, we have implemented the following improvements:

-          Dependencies of changes: When the user is manually changing the merge result, heavy dependencies of changes are now considered.

-          The order of swim lanes are now correct after merge.

-          SVN integration is now more robust: The SVN hooks are not used anymore

-          Git Integration: Bug fixed when writing model

-          Problems with ports and their types (classifier + redefined port) are solved.

-          Better logging

-          Additional UI fixes

 

 

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Enterprise Architect User Group

London 2017; 18th - 19th May

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2017 meeting of the Enterprise Architect User Group sees a shakeup to the agenda in the form of an additional day being added to the roster. In additional to the traditional presentation day of User Stories, How to's etc the extra day added to the event is taking the form of a training day.

The training day adds to the event a selection of six, three hour training sessions on a variety of subjects from BPMN to TOGAF and Model Curation.


Location

Code Node, 10 South Place, London, EC2M 7BT

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Agenda; Thursday 18th May

EA User Group - London 2017

You can find information on these training sessions over at the EA User Group website.


Agenda; Friday 19th May

EA User Group - London 2017

You can find a synopsis for each of these presentations over on the EA User Group website.


How to buy your tickets...

Tickets for the event are available directly from the EA User Group website and are priced as follows:

  • Full two day event ticket; £550.00 +Vat
  • Friday only ticket; £75.00 +Vat

EA User Group - London 2017

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Tuesday, 14 February 2017 08:04

SysML 1.4 reference card

The SysML reference card defined by Tim Weilkiens (oose.de) is now available in a version with diagrams done with Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect modelling tool. This overview illustrates SysML modelling language concepts, organized by topic:

  • System context diagram
  • Use case diagram
  • Block Definition diagram
  • SysML ports
  • Internal Block diagram
  • Requirements
  • Packages
  • Sequence diagram
  • Activity diagram
  • State Machines
  • Comments and constraints
  • Allocations
  • Parametric diagram

SysML 1.4 reference card is available in the PDF format.

Notes:

  • SysML is available in the Systems Engineering and Ultimate editions of Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect.
  • This reference card is also available in French and provided during VISEO SysML with Sparx Enterprise Architect training sessions (more details available in French here).

Download links:

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YouTube Live Stream Webinar: Enterprise Architect 13 Highlights, Part 2ea13 webinar2 sqr

In our second installment of the Enterprise Architect 13 release series, we delve into some of the new productivity tools introduced in this major milestone release.

In this LIVE webinar session, you will learn how to:

  • Generate Dynamic Documents based on a selected Element
  • Undertake Parametric Simulation using SysML and OpenModelica
  • Publish models directly to Joomla!

We are trialling a new webinar technology based on YouTube Live streaming.

To access the webinar, simply visit and bookmark the webinar link below and return at your scheduled time.

Watch Now: Enterprise Architect 13 Highlights Webinar - Part 2

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Thursday, 03 November 2016 14:18

New SysML Book for Enterprise Architect Users

We are very proud to announce that Dr. Oliver Alt from LieberLieber has finished a much enhanced version of his previously german SysML book in english.

“Practical Model-based Systems Engineering with SysML – Handbook”

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 Highlights:

- Model-based Systems Engineering with SysML and the Control Chain approach
- All in-practice-relevant topics for Model-based Systems Engineering are covered in this book
- Learn about SysML and the related state-of-the-art technologies and how to use them with Enterprise Architect

This book is your key to learning all of the relevant things you need to know about the practical use of Systems Modeling Language (SysML) and Systems Engineering for mechatronic systems.
It introduces you to the Control Chain approach for describing hardware/software systems on a logical level.
With this methodology you can describe hardware and software components as a comprehensive functional assembly.
This book is also your introduction to Systems Engineering and SysML as a pragmatic approach.
Only relevant modeling language elements used in everyday practice are covered to keep it as simple as possible, and to reduce learning effort.
In spite of this, you are provided with enough background information for your daily work in Systems Engineering for designing simple or even very complex systems.

New state-of-the-art topics have been added, such as data integration with ReqIF, system data linking using OSLC-technology, Industry 4.0 and Big Data in Systems Engineering.

You can buy get your copy on Amazon (click this)!

Or buy it here via share-it (click this)!

 

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Introduction (See attachment for full article)

 

For the past several years I’ve enjoyed a mostly informal association with the University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering (USC CSSE).  I was on-staff at USC a few years ago teaching SysML and Model Based Systems Engineering, but for the last few years I’ve been mentoring Computer Science grad students in two Masters courses: CS577 Software Engineering and CS590 Directed Research.   The Directed Research (DR) course is basically a mechanism for students who are about to graduate from the Masters program but are one or two units short of the required number to pick them up by participating in a project with a mentor from industry (that would be me).   Students are expected to work 5 hours per week per unit.  

Teaching at USC is fun (I graduated from SC back in ancient times), gives me an opportunity to work with a lot of bright young software engineers, to stay current on new technology (in particular cloud-connected mobile app development) and also gives me an excuse to work with Prof. Boehm (author of Balancing Agility and Discipline among numerous other titles), who has happily taken an interest in some of my ideas related to improving productivity by innovating better software processes and allowing me to test my ideas out with USC grad students.  

This process work has included the development of the Resilient Agile process, an attempt to develop a better agile methodology which started out as an experiment called Massively Parallel Use Case Modeling that we did with the CS577 class a few years ago where we developed a complete location-based advertising system by handing one use case to each of 47 grad students and having each student develop their use case independently.  

This semester I’m working with a group of 15 Masters students, mostly taking a single unit of  DR.  One student is taking two units, so my team has an effective time budget of 80 student hours per week.  Although the semester at USC is 16 weeks long, by the time the student teams get formed, and with midterms and finals, we’ve got about 12 usable weeks of student time.  So it works out to a time budget of roughly 1000 student hours (that’s about half-a-person-year at 40 hours a week) over a 3 month schedule. 

Because I like challenges, we’re attempting a “crowdsouced bad driver reporting system” this semester, and because we need to be really productive, we’re using Enterprise Architect to coordinate all of the student homework.  This is the first article in a series that will describe our progress.

Are we crazy to think that we can get this system built in 3 months with a total of half-a-person-year of developer time?  Stay tuned for our next article to see how we’re doing.

Read Part 2 of this Case Study

 

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Monday, 12 September 2016 16:35

Enterprise Architect for Systems Engineers

 

Wednesday, Sept 21 | Friday, Sept 23, 2016 – 09:00 AM to 5:00 PM (EDT)
Location: Online Course (GotoWebinar)
Instructor-led hands-on course – uses Sparx' Enterprise Architect (EA)
 
Seats are limited. Book before Tuesday, Sept 13th for a 10% Early Bird discount.
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Saturday, 08 October 2016 00:55

Sparx Systems Releases Enterprise Architect 13

Sparx Systems is proud to announce the full release of Enterprise Architect Version 13.

This groundbreaking build focuses on streamlining the user interface, agile teams, model management and parametric simulation.

 

Enterprise Architect 13 - A Fresh New Look!

 

In its 15 years of continuous development, Enterprise Architect has become the pre-eminent visual modeling platform, bringing together all aspects of the development cycle. Its feature-set has evolved to provide traceability, from the initial design phase through to deployment, maintenance, testing and change control. Version 13 delivers significant new capabilities in these areas and delivers them, in a streamlined and agile interface.

 

Enterprise Architect 13, represents many years of research, consultation and development - working with a broad community of customers, partners and industry observers. This has helped make this release what Sparx Systems has identified as truly defining.

 

Sparx Systems is confident, that the combination of distributed agile modeling and design, cloud based repository, Kanban project management, simulation, software development and database engineering capabilities of Version 13, will represent a powerful platform for realizing even the most ambitious projects.

 

A full list of updates and enhancements in Enterprise Architect 13 can be found at the Sparx Systems website.

 

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I ran a number of times a 3 day training course for a client in the automotive industry on SysML with Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect tool to model complex systems. This training course in french involved two instructors: Pascal Roques, a SysML and Systems Engineering expert in France, and myself on modelling and Sparx Enterprise Architect.

This training course combines the theory with the SysML modelling language brought by Pascal expertise alongside Enteprise Architect as a SysML modelling tool, brought by Viseo. Enterprise Architect tool is covered throughout the 3 days course to understand its environment, its SysML integration and features, and putting it all in practice via exercises.

Following several successful "intra company" training sessions, Pascal and myself have decided to run "inter-company" training sessions throughout France, starting 2017. The first SysML + Enterprise Architect training session will take place in Grenoble in April (4 to 6th April).

Full details in French are available from this link. Contact me on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for any further information.

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