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UML: Getting Started 
I've no idea why so many software developers seem to be afraid of creating & sharing diagrams. --Not only is a picture worth 1,000 words, but when we work with others to chart-out the things we need to do, a set of diagrams will often save a similar number of defect, meeting, & R&D hours.

Of course diagramming common knowledge is often a guaranteed time waster, as well! --But when requirements are vague and / or the tasks are complex, then knowing how to depict systems in an industry-standard manner should be of obvious value?


So please allow me to share our free training on the Unified Modelling Language (UML). By way of a bonus, the video series includes an example of an Open Source Project designed by using a very few UML artifacts to both capture & describe project operations.

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Making a "Magic Motor" 
Greetings from one man's 4th of July!

When our clan assembles for the holidays, it usually turns out to be more of a geek-fest.



If your family & friends are unafraid of jiggling a few exposed wires, then cobbling an easy-to-create "Magic Motor" together will be something for your & yours to enjoy.


Sharing is Caring,

-Rn



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How To Java 
Welcome to the holiday weekend!

Those who know about our "Professional Java" series will be happy to know that (as usual!) with a little time off, we decided to release some more on-line goodies. This long weekend my target was the share the first lessons of my Professional Java 1000, 2000, and 3000 on YouTube.



We will be updating this playlist as more sessions are available.

If you are serious about learning more about this professional Java training opportunity, then students can learn more about the introductory set of lessons in our on-line catalog.


Happy Holidays!


-Rn


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