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How to create a BPMN Choreography Diagram using EA

How to create a BPMN Choreography Diagram Using Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect In our latest addition to our YouTube Channel we look at how to create a simple BPMN Choreography Diagram using Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube Channel for more useful content like this. You can also follow us

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How to create a BPMN Conversation Diagram using EA

How to create a BPMN Conversation Diagram Using Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect In our latest addition to our YouTube Channel we look at how to create a simple BPMN Conversation Diagram using Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube Channel for more useful content like this. You can also follow us

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EA User Group; London 2017

Enterprise Architect User Group London 2017; 18th – 19th May The London 2017 meeting of the Enterprise Architect User Group sees a shakeup to the agenda in the form of an additional day being added to the roster. In additional to the traditional presentation day of User Stories, How to’s etc the extra day added

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Dunstan Thomas Consulting – November Update

This update from Dunstan Thomas Consulting looks at recent activity over the past month as well as the impending release of a new training course… Practical ArcGIS Geodatabase Modelling using Sparx Enterprise Architect   This month has seen our very own Phil Chudley complete the very first delivery of our brand new ArcGIS Geodatabase modelling

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New Lanner & Sparx Systems Partnership for BPM

New Lanner/Sparx Systems Partnership Lights Up BPM Yesterday IT Industry Today posted some exciting news about the Sparx Systems / Lanner partnership….. Lanner, a provider of simulation software proven to maximise performance and optimise resources, today announced a new partnership with Australia-based Sparx Systems, a world leader in enterprise architecture including full lifecycle modelling and design.  The

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Enterprise Architect User Group Conference; London – Preview Agenda

EA User Group Conference; London – The agenda takes shape… We have received an amazing level of response to the call for speakers for the London conference and can now provide a preview of how the agenda is shaping up for London; We’re still in the draft stages and so timings and presentations are still

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Enterprise Architect User Group – Zurich

EA User Group Event – Zurich The latest meeting of the EAUG took place at the UBS Auditorium in Zurich Switzerland on Tuesday 10th March 2015. The meeting attracted around 60 delegates who gained inspiration from a variety of presentations, listed below: After a welcoming address by Peter Lieber, the first session presented in German,

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Interesting articles….

Here are some of the interesting articles we have had a look at this month. Mastering ArchiMate – by Gerban Wierda Should we create a BPM Process Area? – by Jose Noguera Hierarchical usage search in Enterprise Architect with SQL – by Geert Bellekens Class Diagram Relationships in UML with Examples – The Creately Blog

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Changing the Appearance of BPMN 2.0 Elements

Introduction Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect provides a very rich modelling toolset for Business Process Model and Notation 2.0 (BPMN 2.0), which is increasing in popularity particularly amongst Business Analysts. The BPMN 2.0 notation uses a common set of symbols, which have an icon to show their meaning, for example, the type of event that triggers

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EA User Group Event 2013

The Event & Venue This year’s meeting of the European EA User Group was a full day event comprising of a keynote speaker and three tracks each of four sessions held either side of lunch. This format provided an opportunity for those attending to focus on their interests and widen the appeal of the meeting.

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