- How UML differs from other modeling techniques
- Types of UML models
- UML modeling tools
- Use case, activity, and class diagrams
- Capturing real-time state of your system in action
- Using component diagrams
- Interaction overview diagrams
- Modeling time-constrained interactions
Skill Level Beginner
- [Neelam] If I had nine hours to chop down a tree, I'd spend the first six sharpening my axe. Modeling sharpens your axe since it helps you think about what you're going to build, how to seek feedback, and where to make improvements. It prepares you to build the real thing to reduce any potential risk of failure. A model is definitely worth 1,000 lines of code because it helps you see the big picture. Modeling in software has been around for many decades, and through this experience, unified modeling language, or UML, has emerged as the most widely used standard. By looking at 13 type of UML models, you'll be able to develop static and dynamic models of software systems. I'm Neelam. And I will introduce these simple and fairly intuitive notations to give you a good appreciation for the best practices of modeling. So let's start modeling with UML.
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