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Getting Started: A Modeling Primer

  • John Erik Hansen
  • Carsten Thomsen

Abstract

This chapter will introduce you to enterprise modeling, enterprise development, and enterprise applications. Because we believe in learning by doing, we’ll also use this chapter to let you get your feet wet. We’ll walk you through two short but useful example models: one that you’ll be able to use to create the skeleton for Visual Basic .NET (VB .NET) and/or C# classes and another that you can use to model the database.

Keywords

Unify Modeling Language Modeling Primer Visual Basic Enterprise Modeling Type List 
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© John Erik Hansen and Carsten Thomsen 2004

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  • Carsten Thomsen

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