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dakbari (34) [Avatar] Offline
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Hi Chris,

which object modelling tool do you use?

Regards,
Darya
ceracm (113) [Avatar] Offline
#2
Re: Which tool do you use for Object Modelling?
I am not a huge fan of heavy/detailed modeling. I like to do just enough modeling to clarify and/or document a design.

I use either:
(a) a pen and paper
(b) Visio with a UML template: http://www.phruby.com/stencildownload.html. Its a handy way to have UML diagrams inside a word document.


Chris
dserodio (4) [Avatar] Offline
#3
Re: Which tool do you use for Object Modelling?
For small stuff/personal projects, I use Jude UML (Community Edition), you can find it at http://jude.change-vision.com/jude-web/index.html