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wellington
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Fast Track UML 2.0?

Has anybody seen Kendall Scott's Fast Track UML 2.0 book yet? He is a co-author of UML Distilled with Martin Fowler, so he clearly has experience writing about UML.

Any information about this book would be helpful.

There are simply not many books out yet on UML 2.0, which is a bit surprising.

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Yes, I bought it and read it. IMHO, it is not very good. It is very superficial and overlooks much of the new stuff in UML 2.0. UML Distilled 3rd Edition (by Martin Fowler) is much the same. There are quite a few UML 2.0 books available (I have purchased and reviewed all of them that I could find) but most are poor and show signs of having been rushed to publication, with the notable exception of the UML Bible by Tom Pender which is very detailed and provides excellent coverage of UML 2.0 (and also UML 1.x). That is the one that I would recommend. Disclosure: I have no affiliation with any book author or publisher.

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