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UML Training course

UML Training course

UML Training course

I think I need to learn UML thoroughly.
I found this UML training at NobleProg Limited in London

Is there anyone who participated in this course ?
any comments ?

RE: UML Training course

No, never have.  I was unaware that OMG has put together a set of certs.  Might be nice to have them.  I don't know what the buzz is in the UK on certs, but in the US UML is just getting going, and the idea of being "Officially OMG" isn't getting a great deal of traction.  Too many "enhancements" running around, some courtesy of Microsoft.  (In VS 2008, Microsoft killed the ability to reverse engineer code into Visio as UML class diagrams.  Now, they have their own--proprietary, of course--class diagrams, which don't have the ability to model associations, among other things.)  So, the jury isn't out yet on whether the OMG specs will prevail.

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