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The first Sparx University Week for 2018 will be run during March, with most training sessions being held during the week of March 2-9.

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).

 

 

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 System Japan 2nd March 1:45pm - 5:25pm Tokyo Enterprise Architect Case Studies Seminar 2018 - Free Session! sign-up will be open on the 15th January
Tokyo International Forum (1 minute walk from JR Yurakucho Station) Japanese Details & Registration
Sparx Systems India 5th - 7th March 9:30am - 4:30pm IST Enterprise Architect Training & Workshop for SDLC using UML Online Delivery English Details & Registration
Sparx Systems India 8th - 9th March 9:30am - 4:30pm IST Enterprise Architect Training & Workshop for BA Online Delivery English Details & Registration
Sparx Services UK (Hippo Software) 5th-6th March 2018 (2 days) 10am - 4pm GMT EA and ArchiMate for Business Architecture Online Delivery English Details & Registration
Sparx Services UK (Hippo Software) 7th-8th March 2018 (2 days) 10am - 4pm GMT EA and ArchiMate for Enterprise Architecture Online Delivery English Details & Registration
Sparx Services North America 6th & 7th March 9 am - 5:30 pm CST Business Process Modelling with BPMN - 2day course Online Delivery English Details & Registration
Sparx Services North America 8th March 9 am - 5:30 pm CST Enterprise Architect Business Process Modelling Online Delivery English Details & Registration
Sparx Systems Central Europe 8. März 2018: 09:00-12:00 (MEZ) Webinar Sparx Pro Cloud | Installieren, Konfigurieren, Modellieren auf der Zeitachse und wiederverwendbare Bausteine und Standards Online Delivery Deutsch Details & Registration
Sparx Systems Central Europe 8th March 2018: 1p.m.-4p.m. (MEZ) Webinar Sparx Pro Cloud | Installation, Configuration, Time-Aware-Modelling and Reusable Asset Services Online Delivery English Details & Registration
Sparx Systems Central Europe 15.-16.02.2018 UML Grundlagen, 2 Tageskurs bei München München Deutsch Details & Registration
Sparx Systems Central Europe 08.-09.03.2018 Modellbasierte Entwicklung, 2 Tageskurs bei München München Deutsch Details & Registration
Sparx Systems Central Europe 13.-14.02.2018 SysML mit EA, 2 Tageskurs in München München Deutsch Details & Registration
Sparx Systems Central Europe 07.-08.03.2018 SysML mit EA, 2 Tageskurs in Wien in Wien Deutsch Details & Registration
Sparx Systems Central Europe 805.03.2018 9-12h00 MEZ Pro Cloud Installation u.v.m. 3 hours Online Delivery Deutsch Details & Registration
Sparx Systems Central Europe 10.04.-11.04.2018 Best Practice Days in Nürnberg Nürnberg Deutsch Details & Registration
Sparx Systems Central Europe 5-06.03.2018 UML Fundamentals Vienna, 2 days course Vienna English Details & Registration
Sparx Systems Central Europe 05.03.2018 13-16h00 CEST Pro Cloud Installation and more Online Delivery English Details & Registration
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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 North America Tue 24 - Thur 26 October BIZBOK® 4 Foundation with Enterprise Architect Online Delivery 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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sdtimes 100In an in-depth and illuminating interview with Sparx Systems Founder and CEO Geoffrey Sparks, Alexandra Weber Morales from SD Times identified several key aspects surrounding the company's continued growth in the DevOps space.

 

Geoffrey illustrated how Enterprise Architect provides a solid platform for the delivery and support of new applications, services, and technologies, by encouraging and facilitation of increased productivity between development (Dev) and IT operations (Ops). The Sparx CEO also explained the importance of UML as the established standard for software modeling.

 

"Within those organizations that are undergoing digital transformation
to improve operational efficiencies (many of whom are Sparx Systems
customers), there is a prevalence of UML tools deployed to manage application
delivery, a process which relies implicitly on code quality assurance."

- Geoffrey Sparks, CEO & Founder, Sparx Systems

 

Read the full article in PDF - available on the Sparx Systems website here

Visit SD Times website here

Read More about Sparx Systems and DevOps here

 

 

 

 

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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

Get Directions

EA User Group - London 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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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In this month's edition of SD Times, reporter Alexandra Weber Morales has interviewed Sparx Systems CEO, Geoffrey Sparks about the prevalence of UML in DevOps culture.

Morales, who originally profiled Sparx Systems over 10 years ago, reconnected again to ask about the Sparx Systems' approach to DevOps, digital transformation and how UML can assist in automating aspects of the delivery pipeline.

'UML is the established standard for software modeling - anyone sketching a simple use case is modeling in UML.' 

- Geoffrey Sparks

 

The article can be read in its entirety at: http://sdtimes.com/uml-makes-devops-driven-digital-transformation-possible

The interview is also published in the March edition of SD Times. 

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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

 

Published in Case Studies

Software and Systems Engineering, as any other interdisciplinary activity, requires the ability and means to build systems which are so large and complex that they have to be built by teams or even by teams of teams of engineers. In combination with a model-based approach, these teams need the possibility for modeling in a concurrent way. With other words, multiple users must be able to work on the same model in parallel or even on multiple versions of the same system. In code-centric software engineering, developers profit for years from the features provided by Version Control Systems (VCS), whereby one of the most important features is the possibility of comparing and merging changes of the same file. The key technique hereby is the so called three-way difference analysis which is also considering the common ancestor version of the artefact under comparison. Traditional approaches uses text- and line-based comparison tools, which are not suitable for graphical-based models.

In general, two different versioning strategies exist to cope with the concurrent evolution of one artifact. These are described in the following:

 

When pessimistic versioning is applied like it is implemented in EA, an artifact is locked while it is changed by one developer. Since other developers cannot perform any changes while the artifact is locked, conflicts are completely avoided with this strategy. However, the drawbacks are possible idle times for developers waiting for the release of a locked artifact.

To avoid such idle times, optimistic versioning allows the developers to change the same artifact in parallel and independently of each other. This process is depicted in the following figure:

 

The following videos give you insights into the latest developments in model versioning and act as tutorials in how you can set Enterprise Architect models under optimistic version control:

Tutorial 1 – LemonTree Introduction to Model Versioning

 

Tutorial 2 – LemonTree Model Comparison Tutorial

 

Tutorial 3 – LemonTree Concurrent Modeling Tutorial

For more information please visit: lemontree.lieberlieber.com

Published in Tutorials
Tuesday, 20 September 2016 10:30

Fresh Modeling Versioning with LemonTree

LieberLieber is proud to present a brand new Enterprise Architect tool named LemonTree (c). The most important function of this ground-breaking product is the diffing and merging of model versions.

Now, you do not have to lock your packages. Just check-in your eap files in your version control system!

Standard approaches use line- and text-based applications that do not suffice for graphic models. Only the finely-grained 3-way diffing algorithm that considers the model’s graph structure enables an exact comparison between two models.

 LemonTree highlights:

  • Diff & Merge: Diffing and merging of Enterprise Architect models
  • Model Versioning: Parallel editing of models with optimistic model versioning
  • Integration: Seamless integration with Subversion (Tortoise) included
  • Automation Interface: Automate LemonTree and integrate it in your versioning tool such as Git, PTC, or SVN
  • Model Branches: Branches of models (longer-term, parallel development of versions and variants)
  • Merge Preview: Diagram merge and merge preview
  • Review: Changes are visualized clearly and understandably for review (including preview)

Stefan Mueller, HIMA Paul Hildebrandt, Safety-Related Automation Solutions: “In general, standards such as IEC 61508 demand the application of configuration management. This applies to all artifacts, including UML models. LemonTree from LieberLieber is our key to revealing the changes that have been made to a revision.”

 

Test LemonTree now and give us your feedback!

 

For more information: http://lemontree.lieberlieber.com/

 

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CIOReview cover 100916In a candid interview with Arun Kant from CIOReview, Sparx Systems' CEO Geoffrey Sparks highlights how Enterprise Architecture has become an imperative for survival in the ever-changing and globalized corporate landscape.

 

CIOReview has also included Sparx Systems in their '20 Most Promising Enterprise Architecture Technology Providers 2016' list, resulting from a robust selection process actioned by a highly qualified panel of domain experts. The in-depth interview with Geoffrey Sparks is the featured article in this month's edition of CIOReview, where Geoffrey discusses the Sparx Systems tradition of continual development of the Enterprise Architect platform, while maintaining the highly competitive price-point that enables affordable outfitting for all project stakeholders.

 

Geoffrey Sparx, Founder and CEO, Sparx Systems

 

To read the full featured article, simply download the PDF attachment at the top of this article.

 

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