As professional senior software engineers, we're mostly developing larger complex software solutions for our clients. To do this successfully and without error means ensuring that the understanding of the system is shared.
We use the UML to communicate system concepts and workflows to everyone involved in the project. Object modeling also helps stakeholders understand the architecture and projected usages and costs. We use the UML as an essential part of the successful project planning of complex software solutions for our clients.
We help clients explore new business ideas by learning about their goals and desired outcomes. We provide all the diagrams, documentation, and advice needed to begin the engineering phase of the project, whether the client is using our engineering team or their own.
We include our clients in every step of the development process with complete transparency. Our network of professional and highly-skilled consultants will serve as a wellspring of knowledge, advising on and educating clients about design decisions as well as technical implementation.
We create mind-maps, diagrams, and other visual representations of the projects core concepts to help our clients explore their ideas in a low-fidelity manner, which is less expensive, requires less commitment and allows for better estimation.
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Schedule a consultation where we'll discuss your project goals and begin modeling concepts and workflows.
First, we'll discuss your project needs, including your development timeline and engineering budget, as well as your deployment and maintenance expectations.
If time permits, or in subsequent consulting sessions, we'll begin to collaboratively model your project's concepts, entities, behaviors, rules, and workflows.
Finally, we'll consider the needs of the team, i.e. project scope, technology expertise, infrastructure needs, management, monitoring, maintenance, etc.
Next, we'll recommend, qualify, and document, the technology choices needed for the project's successful implementation, which will guide future development.
The unified modeling language, or UML, is a standardized modeling language consisting of an integrated set of diagrams, developed to help system and software engineers with specifying, visualizing, constructing, and documenting the components of software solutions, as well as for business modeling and other non-software systems. The UML is an expression of engineering best practices that have proven successful in the modeling of larger, more complex systems. It is a very important part of visualizing object-oriented software and the software development process.
The UML is an invaluable visual representation used in communicating technical concepts and workflows to non-technical people. It's a standardized modeling language and supports a broad range of applications independent of particular programming languages and development processes. The UML is used to represent both the structural and behavioral view of the system. Additionally, the UML is essential in planning large software solutions before the engineering phase begins, especially given that UML diagrams are easy to change, whereas software changes can be tedious and time-consuming.