Death by UML Fever

@article{Bell2004DeathBU,
  title={Death by UML Fever},
  author={Alex E. Bell},
  journal={ACM Queue},
  year={2004},
  volume={2},
  pages={72-80}
}
A potentially deadly illness, clinically referred to as UML (Unified Modeling Language) fever, is plaguing many software-engineering efforts today. This fever has many different strains that vary in levels of lethality and contagion. A number of these strains are symptomatically related, however. Rigorous laboratory analysis has revealed that each is unique in origin and makeup. A particularly insidious characteristic of UML fever, common to most of its assorted strains, is the difficulty… CONTINUE READING
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