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UML Cheatsheet | Resource

Apr 26th, 2019 / 1 min read / Share / Edit on GitHub
Here's a handy-dandy UML cheatsheet.

I found this UML cheat sheet on the internet for class diagrams a few months ago.

It's pretty handy. I ended up printing it out and putting it up in my workspace.

I'm working on putting together a Full-stack developer training in order to ramp up new developers @ Univjobs.

Reading select chapters from Uncle Bob's "Clean Architecture" is one of first items on the training. If you're in need of a refresher on your UML, this cheatsheet should come in handy for deciphering diagrams in the text.



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Khalil Stemmler

Khalil Stemmler is a Developer / Designer and co-founder of Univjobs. He frequently publishes articles about Domain-Driven Design and Advanced TypeScript & Node.js best practices for large-scale applications.



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