I’ve been tasked with creating some UML sequence diagrams for an existing product. It’s not really my idea of a good time, either. Any book I have access to is rather dry and short on real-world examples on the topic. This page provides some sequence diagrams of varying detail.
Archive for February, 2010
If I’m tasked with building some UML diagrams of someone else’s Python code, I’ll be damned if I have to do it manually. Lumpy generates UML from a running Python process. Here’s hoping.
“The final magnification is e.214. Want some perspective? a magnification of e.12 would increase the size of a particle to the same as the earths orbit! e.21 would make a particle look the same size as the milky way and e.42 would be equal to the universe. This zoom smashes all of them all away. … Read more
I first saw this chart a few years ago and have since used it numerous times to explain why some software developers are brash and stupid, others are mediocre and paralysed, while the best are confident, fearless and effective. Every time I bring this chart up in conversation, I wish I had a copy to … Read more
SQLAutocode is a script which spits out reflection code for database tables. There’s also an interactive prompt.