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UML book query

 
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as i am a beginner to UML, Which is the best book to start learning UML?
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which books should i read in sequence to enchance my UML knowledge level starting from beginner to expert ?

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I liked UML Distilled by Martin Fowler.
 
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Reading a book is a good start but if you are in a company then do not hesitate to ask them to pay for 2-3 days training.
It would save time and you will immediately be able to model.

 
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There is a new book from APRESS : UML 2 in Action
 
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here is the order/sequence of books

first read UML Distilled book (by Martin )
Then
read Applying UML and Patterns book (by Criag Larman)

after that read
UML2 in action book


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