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Dan Wolden
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What is the best UML book for a Java newbie?
Chirag, Mehta
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Joined: Sep 06, 2001
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UML user guide is the better option for a newbie but if u are familiar with all the sketches that can be developed to explain any architecture then I think u must go for Martin Fowler's book.
There may be a case that u know what can be done but u dont how it can be done and when it should be done. Martin Fowler helps u for that.


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