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The best UML book I've read,
This review is from: Applying UML and Patterns: An Introduction to Object-Oriented Analysis and Design and Iterative Development (Hardcover)
Larman has a fantastic way of making object-oriented analysis within an iterative approach appear like the most obvious idea in the world. Having read this book, I find myself returning to it again and again when I want to know the best practice approach. I would recommend this book to any functional architect, or indeed anyone who has an interest in doing things well. My only complaint would be that Larman is a little light in explaining the traceability between different requirements artefacts, but that's just me being pedantic!