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Globe-trotting travelers have long resorted to handy, pocket-size dictionaries as an aid to communicating across the language barrier. Dan Pilone's UML 2.0 Pocket Reference is just such an aid for on-the-go developers who need to converse in the Unified Modeling Language (UML). Use this book to decipher the many UML diagrams you'll encounter on the path to delivering a modern software system.

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Dan Pilone is a Software Architect with SFA, Inc., cofounder and president of Zizworks, Inc. and a terrible rock climber. He has designed and implemented systems for Hughes, ARINC, UPS, and the Naval Research Laboratory. When not writing for O'Reilly, he teaches Software Design and Software Engineering at The Catholic University in Washington DC. Originally writing in C and C++, he has moved into the blissful world of managed code with Java and C#. He has had several articles published by Intelligent Enterprise and Java Developer's Journal on software process, consulting in the software industry, and 3D graphics in Java.


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gerard Deegan on 1 Aug. 2009
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I thought this did what it was supposed to, i.e. be a pocket reference. Won't give you all the answers (you'd need a much bigger text) but good for reminders.
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By Simlawstu on 20 Jun. 2011
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This book is a useful reference for UML. However do not expect to be able to learn UML from this title. Use for revision or reference purposes only.
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Small diagrams will make eyes bleed 17 Aug. 2010
By David G. Harding - Published on Amazon.com
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I'd give the book 5 stars but Figures 99,100,101 have caused me to have a massive headache because they are compressed way to much. If I was younger or had a magnifying glass it wouldn't be a problem :-). Other than that the book is a great way to get a synopsis of the different diagrams. It does what it advertises and it is definitely worth the $10.
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Handy pocket reference 18 Nov. 2008
By Jill McKibben - Published on Amazon.com
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An instructor recommended this booklet to the whole class as a good pocket reference to UML. I'm glad I followed his advice. This is a good thing to have around for easy reference.
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Useful UML Reference 30 Nov. 2010
By BikeOwl - Published on Amazon.com
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Very handy reference particularly for those who are working with UML off and on only.UML 2.0 Pocket Reference [UML 20 PCKT REF] [Paperback]
diagrams are faulty 27 Aug. 2013
By Albert Lingelbach Jr - Published on Amazon.com
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An important aspect of UML diagrams is dashed vs solid lines. The text clearly describes and differentiates between the two, but in the example diagrams it is not possible to distinguish between dashed and dotted lines - they look the same, so either the diagrams are wrong, or they're pixelated to the point of uselessness. Because the diagrams are critical to the content, I think this makes the book unforgivably flawed.
Pages were falling out of the binding 3 Oct. 2013
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Um, yeah...this really shouldn't have been sold. When I opened up the (tiny) book, which was about the size of my hand, the pages came unstuck from the glued binding. This should have seriously been tossed into the recycling bin, not sold. The book was in crappy condition. I can't even read it because I get stressed out trying to keep the pages from falling all over the place.
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