UML Software Design with Visual Studio 2010: What you need to know, and no more!

UML Software Design with Visual Studio 2010: What you need to know, and no more!
Authors
Tony Loton
ISBN
1440490856
Published
11 Sep 2010
Purchase online
amazon.com

Having flirted with the Unified Modeling Language for over a decade, in the 'Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate Edition' Microsoft has integrated UML visual modeling features directly in the IDE - making it a truly Integrated Development Environment. This book explores the new UML capabilities both from the analyst's top-down conceptual modeling perspective and from the developer's code-centric visualisation perspective.

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Having flirted with the Unified Modeling Language for over a decade, in the 'Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate Edition' Microsoft has integrated UML visual modeling features directly in the IDE - making it a truly Integrated Development Environment. This book explores the new UML capabilities both from the analyst's top-down conceptual modeling perspective and from the developer's code-centric visualisation perspective. Those of you for whom the 'Ultimate Edition' is just out of reach will discover how you can benefit from the legacy Visio UML integration and the architectural modeling capabilities of the other Visual Studio 2010 editions. You can find additional resources on the companion web site for this book at www.lotontech.com/visualmodeling

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