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Binary Options Broker – Class Diagram

Binary Option Broker Class Diagram, created with Gliffy

One of the best UML / Java modelling tool, as online version, private or as published model (see below).
Gliffy as Confluence Plugin: Easy to use, fully integrated, creation of diagrams directly from Confluence or even from Jira, wide range of options, extensive shape libary (UML and others), wide range of chart types, exportable result, export your charts in popular formats such as jpg or png, diagram change history, security, safely through Jira or Confluence rights concept, flow charts, Business Process Models (modern BPMN modelling), SWOT diagrams, UML, flow charts, network diagrams, floor plan, image import, org.charts

Absolutely great and affordable!

Binary Option Broker Class Diagram   [created with Gliffy]

Binary Option Broker Class Diagram [created with Gliffy]


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Binary Option Broker Class Diagram Published as JavaScript
(currently removed, go to Gliffy link above)

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Enterprise Architect Tutorial: Enterprise Architect Copy/Paste Elements

I was looking for Sparx Enterprise Architect copy/paste elements for several minutes – now I've found it!

Here I try so write an Enterprise Architect tutorial on how to copy and paste EA elements (from / to package).

Usually you can copy/paste things with CNTL-C and CNTL-V, ok this also works within enterprise architect, but not for elements!

First I tried drag/drop with my mouse. Actually this MOVES my elements from one place to another place. But I don’t want to move, I want COPY.
Besides, dragging and dropping with pressed CNTL key does not copy either….

Seems as copying ELEMENTS has to be handled another way.

It’s easy in enterprise architect when you know how to…

There’s an extra menu entry to do this – just select your specific element (maybe a class element) within you package.

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CPSA – Certified Professional for Software Architecture – graduated

Last days, I received my CPSA certification to the Certified Professional for Software Architecture, offered by International Software Architecture Qualifications Board iSAQB®
With good luck I was able to reach about 70% of total points to acheave the certificate (60% is needed for minimum to successfully graduate).

Here I leard which role software architecture in software projects is in and what the Certified Professional for Software Architecture  is all about:

  • The role of the software architect
  • Documentation of software architectures
  • Description and communication of software architectures
  • Employment of the UML for the description of software architectures
  • Proceed with the development of software architectures
  • Use of draft principles and architecture samples
  • Software architecture and quality
  • Architecture measures for the reaching of important quality goals
  • Evaluation of software architecture
  • Tools for software architects
  • Examples of software architectures
  • How to pass the exam for a Certified Professional for Software Architecture

With the iSAQB® Certified Professional for Software Architecture program exists a standardised and further education pattern for software architects, recognized world-wide.
The pattern consists of three levels of education:

  • Foundation level (since 2003)
  • Advanced level (in preparation)
  • Expert level (planned)

The test participants are software specialists from all industries (automobile industry, financial service, medical technology, telecommunications, public administration among other things) Also at universities planned training meetings on basis of the Certified Professional for Software Architecture are to be offered for to software architecture of curricula. Afterwards the students should know to the lecture the examination to the Certified Professional for Software Architecture (CPSA).

General about CPSA Certified Professional for software Architecture

Which in the building industry already long is natural, now also moves at software industry. Software becomes ever more complex, at the same time ever enterprise-more critical.
The control of a multiplicity of technologies is necessary.

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