Together: Modeling


Articles

Sort by: Page 1 of 2 | 1 2 | Next
DateTitleAuthorType
20 Mar 2003 Free Web Seminar: Accelerate Productivity with Modeling
Todd Olsen, Chief Scientist of Borland's Together Business Unit, will show you how to Accelerate your productivity with modeling using the integration of Borland JBuilder and Together Edition for JBuilder
David Intersimone Article
27 Mar 2003 Java Modeling in Color with UML - Chapter 1 - Archetypes, Color, and the Domain-neutral Component
Read chapter 1 from the book "Java Modeling in Color with UML" by Peter Coad, Eric Lefebvre, and Jeff De Luca"
David Intersimone Article
29 Mar 2003 Agile Process Framework, Activity Note #1
Domain Analysis with Color Modeling
Randy Miller Article
26 May 2003 Microsoft and Borland Webcasts
Microsoft and Borland present Borland solutions for the Microsoft .NET framework
John Kaster Article
17 Jun 2003 Getting Started with JDataStore
Resources on how to get up-to-speed with JDataStore.
Sergio Cardoso Article
27 Jun 2003 The Coad Letter: Modeling and Design, Issue 110, Announcing UML 2.0, by Granville Miller
The UML 2.0 Specification has been approved by the OMG. The final editing process is going on and the specification is set to be released to the public by the end of the year. Here is what is new.
Coad Letter Modeling Editor Contributed Article
30 Jun 2003 Business Rules
This article looks at business rules in a modeling and development environment.
Randy Miller Article
30 Jun 2003 What's New in UML 2? The Use Case Diagram
This article examines a new element of the use case diagram in UML 2.0 including multiplicities and conditions on "extends" relationships.
Randy Miller Article
30 Jun 2003 What's New in UML 2? A Question of Profiles
This article examines the way that profiles have changed in the UML 2.0 spec.
Randy Miller Article
30 Jun 2003 What's New in UML™ 2? Model Exceptions
This article examines the way that exceptions are modeled in the UML 2.0 specification.
Randy Miller Article
11 Jul 2003 Interview with Scott Ambler by Clay Shannon
Author/consultant/trainer Scott Ambler talks about Agile Modeling, eXtreme Programming, silver bullets, embracing change, virtually clueless high school guidance counsellors, and what he'll be doing at BorCon this year.
Clay Shannon Contributed Article
29 Sep 2003 The Coad Letter: Modeling and Design, Issue 113, The Latest Status of Version 2 of the UML, by Granville Miller
Here is an update of when you can expect to see the UML 2.0 specifications and some ideas on how you can get your first glimpse.
Coad Letter Modeling Editor Contributed Article
19 Nov 2003 MSDN Webcast: Understanding and Improving the Design of Your Visual Studio .NET Application
This MSDN Webcast demonstrates how to use Borland Together Edition for Visual Studio .NET to design your application. The session will discuss how to integrate design into the entire application lifecycle from requirements to deployment.
David Intersimone Article
4 Dec 2003 Practical UML™: A Hands-On Introduction for Developers
This tutorial provides a quick introduction to the Unified Modeling Language™
Randy Miller Course Outline
15 Dec 2003 The Coad Letter: Modeling and Design Edition, Issue 115, Gathering Requirements: Use Cases by Granville Miller
This edition of the Coad Letter takes a look at the dynamics of use cases.
Coad Letter Modeling Editor Contributed Article
18 Dec 2003 What's New in UML™ 2.0?, Part 1
This white paper provides an overview of what is new in the UML 2.0 standard.
Randy Miller Article
26 Dec 2003 Service-Oriented Architecture Part 1: Identification
As web services move from the cutting edge to the mainstream, identification of the opportunities to use this technology become as important as understanding the technology itself.
Randy Miller Article
3 Feb 2004 Modeling Use Cases with the Borland Suite of Tools, by Serge Charbonneau
The goal of this white paper is to demonstrate how the Borland. Suite of Tools can automate use case modeling activities.
Coad Letter Process Editor Contributed Article
1 Mar 2005 developer.* - Code as Design: Three Essays by Jack W. Reeves
developer.* Magazine republishes three essays by Jack W. Reeves (from 1992) discussing how programming is fundamentally a design activity and that the only final and true representation of "the design" is the source code itself.
David Intersimone Article
4 May 2005 BDNradio: The Eclipse Graphical Modeling Framework (GMF) project with Richard Gronback - May 13, 2005
Join us for an interview of Richard Gronback, Principal Architect
Anders Ohlsson Article

Server Response from: ETNASC03