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UML for Java Programmers

Robert C. Martin is on a roll. In quick succession to his very successful Agile Software Development, he has recently published UML for Java Programmers (Prentice Hall PTR, May 27, 2003).

This is the book that enthusiasts of UML and Java have been waiting for to give them a quick understanding of UML syntax within the context of how it maps to the Java language. But more than this, Martin excels at providing a meaningful context for the UML and Java within an object-oriented framework and is always quick to show the practical side of modeling.

A relevant quote:

"There are lots of widgets, adornments, and whatchamajiggers in UML. There are so many that you can spend a long time becoming an UML language lawyer, enabling you to do what all lawyers can -- write documents nobody else can understand.

In this chapter I have avoided most of the arcana and byzantine features of UML. Rather I have showed you the parts of UML that I use. I hope that along with that knowledge I have instilled within you the values of minimalism. Using too little of UML is almost always better than using too much."

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