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I learned a great deal from this website, but I think the most important was the information on the Rational Rose suite. I am the Configuration Manager for our class project. This information helps me quite a bit.
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10 years ago
This site served as a very useful resource.
11 years ago
20 min of reading lead me to believe that rational has a great system designed to do object oriented programming. Quality of the material was good to great. Although this site is really for selling their products, it does give some good resource material for UML design and analysis. Easy to use.
11 years ago
1. 45 minutes reviewing material. 2. Content quality is quite good, extensive and in-depth. 3. This is useful information and adds greatly to both learning and teaching. 4. The difficulty of the material ranges from simple to technical.
The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is now the standard notation for software architecture. It was developed jointly by Grady Booch, Ivar Jacobson, and Jim Rumbaugh at Rational Software Corporation (with help from others). Based on the use of the Rambough, Booch and Jacobson's methods (all processes and languages for designing complex software systems), the UML is the evolution of these and other approaches to business process, object, and component modeling. The UML provides the application modeling language for: (1) Business process modeling with use cases. (2) Class and object modeling. (3) Component modeling. (4) Distribution and deployment modeling.