xtUML 2015 is a two day summit in Indiana this coming December. The event will cover xtUML methodology as well as open-source BridgePoint development. It will be a great opportunity to meet and learn with other xtUML modelers and developers.
The registration page on One Fact’s website contains all the details.
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Cortland Starrett, CEO of One Fact will be visiting with customers in central Europe from June 15-26. If you’d like to visit with him, please contact us soon.
Following on the heels of the BridgePoint Pro 5.0 release, BridgePoint 5.1 for community users and developers has been released by the xtUML team. Head over to the Download page to grab the latest nightly build. You may also want to check out the Release Announcement sent to the xtUML Newsletter mailing list.
The beta version of BridgePoint 5.0 is available for download. This is a “master” build (compiled from the master branch in the public github repositories). It is fully functional and useful for development.
This build will differ from the official 5.0 release by only minor tweaks and fixes found in testing.
All of BridgePoint is now Open Source Software. The full source code and documentation are accessible at github.com/xtuml. You can download an installable Open Source BridgePoint at xtuml.org/download. The Editor, Verifier and Model Compilers are now openly accessible, licensed under Apache 2.0. See the full announcement here.
xtUML.org is an online resource for eXecutable and Translatable UML modelers. In this episode of inside xtUML – DIY, we meet Keith Brown, the project leader responsible for the self-paced training course recently added to the site. He will provide some background to the project and walk us through the steps to follow when getting started. This is the first in a series of instructional courses and if you are interested in participating in upcoming projects, Keith will discuss how you can get involved.
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It can be challenging to know where to start when learning a new methodology such as executable and translatable UML. In Exercises in Building Executable Models, you will be taken step by step from a blank canvas to a functioning executable model. Along the way many of the features of the xtUML Editor will be demonstrated and the steps of the xtUML process highlighted. Click on the link and lets begin
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Inside xtUML – DIY is the home for Do It Yourself modelers ready to explore the world of executable and translatable modeling.
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