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Need a good book to learn UML

 
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Hi,
I am new to UML and very much interested in learning all structural and behavioral diagrams. Can anyone please suggest me a good book or website to learn all these diagrams using Rational Rose.

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Chitti.
 
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I used "UML Distilled". I had tried the O'Reilly's "UML in a NutShell" book and found it very confusing.

Mark
 
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Why bother with a book? Visit www.agilemodeling.com/artifacts for a free, online overview of a wide range of models include the 13 diagrams of the UML (which neither of the above books cover fully, BTW).

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Originally posted by Mark Spritzler:
I used "UML Distilled". I had tried the O'Reilly's "UML in a NutShell" book and found it very confusing.

Mark



I felt the otherway around with 'UML in a nutshell' and do use it as a desktop reference.

But I do agree that you won't go wrong with pickingup "UML distilled". It sure is a masterpiece.
 
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I tore through UML 2 Toolkit pretty quickly. The project included is pretty good too.
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