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I want to share my thoughts on learning and using UML. The latest UML 2.5.1 specification is 754 pages long. I firmly believe that nobody on this planet needs to know all that stuff to design software systems efficiently. UML is a perfect candidate for the 80/20 rule (aka Pareto law): 20% UML is sufficient in 80% of the cases. Knowing *some UML* is better than getting lost in the nitty-gritty details of visual artifacts. Going down the UML rabbit hole can easily lead to unnecessary complications and to what I fear the most: "analysis paralysis." In my "UML and Object-Oriented [...]
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