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Mike Prestwood
1. Identify Use Cases Only

After forms are identified, we initially identify but do not document in detail use cases (business processes). The documenting of uses cases can occur later in step 1 or early in step 2 of our 2-Step. Each use case is identified, labeled, and assigned to 1 or more actors as part of the Task Artifact that is identified with the specific form that contains use case, or in a UML Use Case diagram to accompany our standard documentation. If only a UML Use Case diagram is created at this point of the project, then the UML Use Case diagram is used during the Document Use Cases task where each use case and actor are associated with a specific App Artifact and documented.

Deliverable: 1+ tasks in step 1 or 2 of our 2-step. Optionally, we can deliver a UML use case diagram.

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19 months ago
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2. More About Prestwood...
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7 years ago

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3. OO/UML: Aggregation versus Composition

Our most popular article in the history of our online community! Explains the "is a", "has a", "uses a", and "looks like" relationships (updated May 2007). "Is a" is inheritance, "looks like" is interfaces, "has a" is aggregation, and "uses a" is composition.

Posted to KB Topic: Object Orientation (OO)
16 years ago, and updated 8 years ago
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4. Become a Prestwood Developer

We are always looking for talented developers to work with us at our corporate office in Citrus Heights, CA and remotely from your home office.

Posted to KB Topic: Help Wanted!
11 years ago, and updated 8 years ago

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5. It's Done: Borland is No More
A trip down memory lane: Borland 1983-2009
Micro Focus buys Borland. The decline of Borland is now complete. The once legendary software company is no more! Okay, for those of us that worked at Borland and those that loved their development tools, it pretty much was over years ago. For me, I'm still a big fan of the CodeGear development tools, especially Delphi and Prism, but the fanatical culture and clarity of purpose was over when Philippe Kahn left. I've been following Borland ever since I left the company in 1995 and every time I heard of a stupid move, I cringed. I'm sure all of us who have watched the decline of Borland over the years have a list of stupid Borland moves.
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9 years ago, and updated 9 years ago
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Mike Prestwood
Prestwood Staff Note - 3/30/2010
{Too Long!}
Posted to MB Topic: Chit Chat « Staff Board
11 years ago
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mprestwood
Sounds great. After your finals, let's do that.
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What type of analysis do you use?
I'm curious about what type of analysis others are using. Do you write up your requirements in a Word document? Do you use UML? Some tool? Do you write up requirements at all?
Posted to MB Topic: Traditional Analysis « Analyst Board
11 years ago
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Andy.B
Boy Mike, that is a big question. How much detail do you want? The short answer is that I write up what my client wants and have them review it. Sometimes my write up is just an email for something small and easy. Sometimes I create a formal Word document. I rarely do diagrams but when appropriate, I do.
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C++BuilderX and C
Is there any way to make the TogetherSoft package take C instead of C++? If not is there any other package I can get that builds UML diagrams and so forth for C?
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12 years ago
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UML in Rational Rose
Hi, i am new to the community so forgive any faux pas., I am building my first UML model in Rational rose and need help in depicting events handling. Particulary, i have a COM server that supports several events that can be handled in scripts within its environment. How do i denote these in class/object format? Do i show them as functions ebing implemented by my separate class?, thanks
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Difference between numpadleft and plain left
Hi,, , Anybody out there who can tell me how you can see if the left cursor or the numpad left (without numlock) key is being pressed?, , Seems that the Virtual key is the same for both (VK_LEFT)., , Thanx.
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12 years ago
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