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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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Migrating COOL:Teamwork models into modern CASE tools

Migrating COOL:Teamwork models into modern CASE tools A UML/MOF metamodel for Hatley-Pirbhai System Specification By Colin Coates (Senior Consultant) Migrating COOL:Teamwork models into modern CASE tools An UnCOOL situation Figure 1: Uncool TeamWork, was a structured engineering tool for requirements documentation and systems design of real-time and embedded software. Sterling Software acquired TeamWork from Cayenne

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Online UML training content update

Online Training Last week we released the new and improved online UML with Enterprise Architect for Business Analysts training course to our virtual learning environment. This session covers: Introduction to UML Introduction to Enterprise Architect Requirements in Enterprise Architect The Use Case Diagram Modelling Use Case Scenarios The Activity Diagram Business Data Modelling Reporting with

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Updated online training content

Online Training Last week we released the new and improved online UML with Enterprise Architect for Business Analysts training course to our virtual learning environment. This session covers: Introduction to UML Introduction to Enterprise Architect Requirements in Enterprise Architect The Use Case Diagram Modelling Use Case Scenarios The Activity Diagram Business Data Modelling Reporting with

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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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Learn to report on UML models through pictures

By Colin Coates Version 11 of Sparx Enterprise Architect included significantly enhanced reporting facilities. This was worthy of some celebration, and so I contributed an article to the Sparx Community that illustrated the improvements through a couple of UML diagrams. This was quite well received, and resulted in me being featured in a Community Author

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DT Consulting Newsletter; Issue 14

Introduction Users of Enterprise Architect may be aware of the use of “Gang of Four” Design Patterns (Gamma et al) in the use of software designs and the support that Enterprise Architect provides for using these “Gang of Four” patterns. Enterprise Architect also provides facilities for modellers to create and share their own design patterns.

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Enterprise Architect Tips & Tricks

Experienced users of Enterprise Architect will have learned (and may have even shared) tips and tricks to help them be even more productive when using the tool. You may already be aware of the publication “Fifty Enterprise Architect Tricks” by Peter Domen which has been published on the Enterprise Architect forum. Adding attributes & operations

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