Professional UML Using Visual Studio .Net [Paperback]
Unmasking Visio for Enterprise Architectsby Andrew Filev and Tony Loton and Kevin McNeish and Ben Schoellmann and John Slater and Chaur G. Wu
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Description of Professional UML Using Visual Studio .NetIf you want to use Visio for Enterprise Architects to quickly design and create enterprise software, this is the book for you.
The integration of Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Architect and Visio for Enterprise Architects is a formidable combination. Visio offers powerful diagramming capabilities, including such things as creating UML models, mapping out and generating databases, and aiding the development of distributed systems. Visios integration with Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Architect means that C# or Visual Basic® .NET code can be generated from UML diagrams, thus giving your projects a significant kick–start, and Visual Studio .NET projects can also be reverse engineered to UML models.
This book will finally help you make the most of Visios time– and labor–saving features, and unleash Visios power for your enterprise development.
To use this book you must be comfortable with the basic concepts of UML.
What you will learn from this book
"This book will definitely help any developer wishing to get a jump–start on using Visio for Enterprise Architects in their traditional development process. The book meshes traditional UML knowledge with .NET development model specifics, resulting in a deep understanding of how Visio for Enterprise Architects can speed up software design and development time."
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About Andrew Filev and Tony Loton and Kevin McNeish and Ben Schoellmann and John Slater and Chaur G. WuAndrew Filev is President of dotSITE Software. This company specializes in cost–effective development on the .NET platform. Andrew′s team has been developing commercial solutions using .NET since the first public announcement of this new Microsoft strategy. Andrew set up one of the first .NET portals, and has held a number of seminars and lectures dedicated to .NET in state and private companies.
Andrew has implemented numerous solutions in various high–tech fields &– Web Services, ERP applications, medical systems, development frameworks, among others. He can be reached at email@example.com or www.dotsitesoftware.com.
Tony Loton works through his company LOTONtech Limited (http://www.lotontech.com) as an independent consultant, course instructor, and technical writer. The current area of interest at LOTONtech is the enhancement of UML visual modeling tools &– specifically Rational Rose and Visio for Enterprise Architects &– to facilitate .NET application design. Further details can be found at http://www.lotontech.com/visualmodeling.
Kevin McNeish is President of Oak Leaf Enterprises, a company that specializes in object–oriented developer tools, training, and software. He started his programming career twenty years ago working with Assembly Language, then moved to C, Visual FoxPro, and currently uses C# as his primary .NET development tool. He authored the book .NET for Visual FoxPro Developers and teaches both .NET and UML training classes in North America and Europe.
Benjamin Schoellmann credits his move to sunny Houston, Texas, with providing the inspiration necessary to pursue a development and writing career. Currently he is involved with evangelizing .NET technologies among his coworkers at Synhrgy HR Technologies. Among his favored activities are golfing, tinkering with his network, talking incessantly, and integrating hardware and software solutions, primarily home automation, to enhance his leisurely pursuit of Slack. He maintains several content–free WEB domains, including Benjammin.com. He is obsessive about keeping pace with emerging technologies, and is very quick to credit his developer friends with all his success in the IT field.
John Slateris a project manager at Management Reports International in Cleveland, OH. At MRI he is currently developing applications for the property management industry. Right now, he is working on several projects using .NET development tools and .NET Enterprise servers.
Chaur G. Wu currently works for Trend Micro Inc. as a senior software engineer. He started software programming before was old enough to qualify for a driving license. The first program he wrote was a bingo game &– in assembly code on a 8051 single chip. To capitalize on the program, he ran a small casino in the lab &– he developed primitive game boxes that connected his pals and allowed them to place bets.