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Sunday, 27 January 2013 20:46

Modeling your domain models in UML using Enterprise Architect

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In any given system under development, the business domain of that system is key. It holds all concepts important to the domain, and captures the business logic from the domain. An important question to answer is what to model about the objects in that domain and how to model this in UML class diagrams. This tutorial shows you how can achieve this, using Enterprise Architect.



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Sander Hoogendoorn

Capgemini (Chief Technology Officer)

As principal technology officer and global agile thought leader at Capgemini, Sander is involved in the innovation of software development at Capgemini and its many international clients. Sander coaches organizations and projects, has written books on UML and agile and published over 200 articles in international magazines. He is an appreciated and inspiring speaker at numerous international conferences and hosts seminars on agile, architecture, UML and estimation. Sander is a member of Microsoft’s PAC for .NET and several other advisory boards. He is also the chief architect of Capgemini’s agile software development platform ADP.

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