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Upcoming and Recent Presentations about Umple

CSER May 2022: How can we best support the modeling experience of software developers?

Tim Lethbridge discusses challenges to uptake of modeling among SE practitioners and how we have attempted to overcome these using Umple. (pdf opens in a new tab)


CSEE&T 2020: Experiential Learning for Software Engineering Using Agile Modeling in Umple

Click here for information about this Online Tutorial at the Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training. 6-9 p.m. Central European Time, Monday November 9th, 2020 (noon-3 p.m. Eastern Time in North America)

Slides for the tutorial are here

Abstract: In this tutorial we will discuss a method of teaching a variety of software engineering topics in an integrated and experiential manner. Topics covered include agile processes, software modeling, open source development tools and processes, code generation and testing. Our approach involves using a textual modeling language called Umple that enables agile, model-driven, test-driven development. Students are introduced to this tool in an introduction to software engineering course, where they learn the basics of the above topics. Then in their capstone course they are able to actually contribute to the tool itself.<

Link to 2-page paper describing the tutorial, as published by the IEEE Computer Society

Click here to play the YouTube video in a separate tab


Models 2020: Advanced Model-Oriented Programming Using Umple

Click here for information about this Online Tutorial at Models 2020: 1:30-3 and 3:30-5 EDT on October 20th, 2020, including the Youtube Video Recording


Click here for presentations on the Umple YouTube channel.

Click here for slides from other online presentations