UML 2.0: Represent the Architecture of Your Enterprise

speaker: Paulo Merson from the Software Engineering Institute

location: Pittsburgh Technology Council

This month’s event will run from 6:00-8:00 p.m. and take place in partnership with the Pittsburgh Java User Group (PittJUG). Join us for Represent the Architecture of Your Enterprise Application Using UML 2.0 and More

Have you ever been confused by an arrow in a box-and-line diagram? Do you use UML in your software architecture? Do you want to understand the difference between architecture and detailed design? If your answer to any of these questions is “yes,” then this tutorial has practical and valuable information for you. At this joint meeting for the Pittsburgh .NET and Java User Group’s attendees will learn from Paulo Merson of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) as he explains how to represent an architecture so that others can use it, maintain it and build a system from it successfully. Examine examples of existing applications, then take the concepts presented and apply them to any software system.