UML: A Curse or a Blessing for the OO Community?

Posted February 28, 1997 in

UML: A CURSE OR A BLESSING FOR THE OO COMMUNITY?

by Peter Hrushka

Most methodologies are short on "method" and long on "ology." When writing this article about the UML, I remembered this quote from the good old Yourdon days of structured methods. With UML, we now have an approach that is very short on method and long only on notation.

About The Author
Peter Hruschka
Peter Hruschka is a Principal of the Atlantic Systems Guild. As a trainer and consultant, he concentrates on business analysis, requirements engineering, and system and software architectures, preferably in the embedded world. Mr. Hruschka loves to be involved in developing products that combine software with hardware, electrical, and mechanical components – thus creating interesting systems in domains like medical systems, automotive,… Read More
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