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I am pleased to announce that on 1.10.2011 we released a new version of TORMIGO - Third Party Plug-ins for Enterprise Architect. We fixed a number of smaller bugs and we added GDocs module which allows for synchronization of the requirements saved in the Enterprise Architect with Google Docs spreadsheet.  Tormigo Google Docs allows for: two-way synchronization of requirements saved in Enterprise Architect project repository and requirements saved in Google Docs spreadsheet. the possibility to work on requirements in the cloud making the backup of the current version of requirements in the spreadsheet monitoring changes and send information by e-mail…
I’ve never believed in teaching tools, notation, or modeling in the absence of a process. The reason this book has so many process roadmaps is that there are lots of different kinds of software and systems being developed. Which roadmap fits the problem you are trying to solve? The following guidance might be helpful: • For embedded system development follow ICONIX Process for Embedded Systems(SysML) • For SOA and web service development follow ICONIX Process for Service Oriented Architectures • For business process modeling follow the ICONIX Business Modeling Roadmap • For algorithm intensive develoment follow ICONIX Process for Algorithms…
Hippo Software introduces a new Enterprise Architect workshop to teach delegates how to transfer data between Enterprise Architect and Microsoft Excel. Delegates learn to use CSV files and Visual Basic code to synchronise element properties. This allows data such as requirements to be manipulated both as a spreadsheet and as a structured graphical model. Day 1 – Learn theory and apply it to a worked example based on a requirements spreadsheet Day 2 – Trainer guided session to apply your new skills to your own project (optional) The Hippo Software training catalogue provides details of our full range of training…
Tuesday, 13 September 2011 14:51

New TOGAF courses from Dunstan Thomas ALM

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Again we've been expanding our core training offering. This time we've had Phil Chudley busy developing courses designed to look into TOGAF. We've three new courses in all each varying in length & complexity; Introduction to Enterprise Architecture; 1 Day TOGAF Demystified; 2 Days Putting TOGAF into practice using Enterprise Architect; 4 Days Please visit our website if you would like to book onto any of the above courses.
This month Anthony Draffin, from the Department of Health & Ageing, is going to do a presentation on using and composing patterns in Enterprise Architect entitled ‘Patterns - More Than Mere Stencils’. This will be a topic that builds on core Enterprise Architect functionality -  Gang of Four Patterns - but expands it to analysis and workflow level patterns Our second speaker, Will Francis, CSIRO, will be doing the second presentation on the use of Enterprise Architect on the Solid Ground software product. This presentation will look at the registry design principles which enable communities to develop, share, re-use and maintain modular information models across…
Tuesday, 06 September 2011 04:25

Sparx Systems is now on Twitter

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You can now follow our news feed for the latest company and product news.  To better connect with the Enterprise Architect community and provide you with up to date information, Sparx Systems is now running a Twitter feed at: http://twitter.com/#!/SparxSystems  The feed will provide interesting news about product updates, events, resources and company developments.
A new version of Enterprise Tester has just been released and this month we've added additional integration options into the product. This latest version offers integration into Microsoft's Team Foundation Server (TFS) for defect tracking and requirements capture, and if you're running Duette you can now import results from unit test frameworks and Selenium. New features include:• Integration with Team Foundation Server (TFS) added for synchronizing incidents and requirements.• Ability to change tester for in-progress runs added.• Support added for import HTML Suite results from Selenium tests.• Support added for importing results from unit tests frameworks (JUnit, NUnit, Gallio, Parasoft C++test, JSUnit & PHPUnit).• And…
Wednesday, 31 August 2011 06:48

Enterprise Architect 9.1 Released

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Sparx Systems is proud to announce the official release of Enterprise Architect 9.1 (Build 909). Registered users can download Enterprise Architect 9.1 from: http://www.sparxsystems.com/registered/reg_ea_down.html Release details and a 30 day Evaluation Trial available at: http://www.sparxsystems.com/products/ea/9.1/index.html Support is available to Registered Users at: http://www.sparxsystems.com/registered/reg_support.html Trial users should use: http://www.sparxsystems.com/support/bug_report.html
Friday, 26 August 2011 15:09

New SysML training course from Dunstan Thomas ALM

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Always looking to expand our collection of off the shelf training courses, we've had Phil Chudley busy scribing away to add this new SysML program to our offering. Systems Engineering with SysML 1.1; Overview The Systems Engineering with SysML 1.1 training course is designed to provide System Engineers with a detailed understanding of the practical application of SysML 1.1 to Systems Engineering projects, using a Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) approach. What will I learn on the Systems Engineering with SysML 1.1 training course? This course covers the practical aspects of SysML and is “tool agnostic”, although example models will…
The CaliberRM and Enterprise Architect Add-In has been developed using Enterprise Architect Add-In and MDG Add-In technologies. A selected package (or view) within the Enterprise Architect project is connected to a specific requirements baseline, within a specific CaliberRM project, on a particular CaliberRM server. CaliberRM Requirements can be imported into Enterprise Architect maintaining their same order and tree structure as specified in the associated CaliberRM project. The CaliberRM Requirement Type is replicated in Enterprise Architect by modelling each Caliber Requirement Type as a Package, thereby attaining the same “look-and-feel” in both products. You can download the trial licence from; http://www.dthomas.co.uk/dtalm/products/CaliberRM-Enterprise-Architect-Integration.htm…
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