Can any body please tell me some good book for UML
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"UML in a nutshell" by o'reilly is good and concise. All the other greats make too much fuss or details for nothing( I think I am going to get bad vibes because of this statement). Also look into using ArgoUML, which is a opensource UML tool. Kishore.
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Joined: Jan 23, 2002
I'll second both Larman and Martin. Larman mixes the UML stuff into the Unified Process while Martin does the same with a more agile process.
Joined: Jul 10, 2001
I read both "UML distilled" and "UML in a nutshell" and I feel the later is a better bet. For some reason there is no review for this on Javaranch. I agree that craig Larman's book is wonderful for a design buff. Kishore.
Joined: Jul 11, 2001
Originally posted by Lasse Koskela: I'll second both Larman and Martin. Larman mixes the UML stuff into the Unified Process while Martin does the same with a more agile process.
And for a book more focused on UML than design, but still in a quite agile way, get a copy of Martin's "UML for Java Programmers".