3D UML Modelling?

Developed on top of Google SketchUp? That’s interesting. I thought it dead since Google sold it to Trimble and it went silent for the least to say, as it got to be a paid tool now. This has been tweeted today, even though the news is from 2009: UML in 3D – #oldiebutgoldie http://t.co/EqgSNudYCA — Jordi Cabot (@softmodeling) September 6, 2014 Would be interested in further development of the concept, in a more professional look & feel for using in practice, provided it was shown effective. Would be interested in seeing some further development of the concept, in a more...

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Why Am I Doing This Thinking Online

In the last couple of days I had some debate with my wife on why writing everything down. This can be an annoying habit sometimes, I admit. Though, there is a long way towards I could say I’m exaggerating  Only trying to get out the best of me, and the situation at hand. Then I took some time for really thinking about it. All my big ideas implementation followed through to completion and all accomplishments came like this. Cause what good is a god given strike of genius that only happens into your head, when it dies being forgotten the second day, never having the chance of being...

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What I Learned from My Masters Study

Should I say first that I’ve enrolled for Master’s studies six years since I obtained my Bachelor diploma, and worked in the field the entire period. Then, you can ask, what’s one year compared to six to bring some more? Furthermore you will ask: then why bothering with it at all? Well, there are several reasons and even some benefits (read results) also. In the first place, I have to say that I don’t need this paper, neither am I obliged to have it. For the moment. But living these times when every block-head has a doctorate I’m glad I’ve done my Masters....

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How to: 10 Sure Ways to Blow Your Requirements!

What do you achieve when you don’t know what you want? Sometimes the best way to perform is not to know what to do, but what not to do. This is best start not only to new comers, but also to experienced Requirement Engineer who takes over a new challenge. Experience and project specificity will of course add and tailor features and work process, but you already have a pretty solid and complete skeleton of your work product: the requirements document. So, here’s a list with some basics you can start with in order to fail: 1. Start working on phone/email basis: don't ask for a...

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