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kaka | Tue, 22 May 2012 10:59:21 UTC

some problem for uml free download............ linking lost


Myron Flip | Wed, 27 Oct 2010 01:35:55 UTC

"In 1999, the world produced about 1.5 exabytes of storable content (10^18 bytes). This is 1.5 billion gigabytes, and is equivalent to about 250 megabytes for every man, woman, and child on earth." Is there a citation for this? Those are striking numbers to claim without a source.


Bene Santos | Wed, 21 Apr 2010 17:52:59 UTC

Caros, Trabalho desde 1965 em Sistema de Informação. Comecei trabalhando em um banco com Computador da Burrougs, programando em linguagem de Máquina. Depois passamos a usar o Assembly e na seqüência PMA avançado. Em 1968 o banco Foi Incorporado por outro banco maior (Bradesco) que Usava Computador IBM. A partir daí passamos a trabalhar com esse novo Equipamento, usando a linguagem assembler da IBM e mais tarde o Cobol. Por volta de 1970 apredemos Programação estruturada e depois Análise Estruturada. Estou lendo allgum material de Análise Orientada Objetos e gostaria de ter mais conhecimento sobre o assunto, por isso, peço que me enviem material que me AJUDE a ampliar o conhecimento deuma forma mais Rápida, com alguns estudos de caso, artigos, etc. . Atualmente eu dou aula em duas Faculdades, nos cursos de Projeto de Sistemas, Metodologia de Desenvolvimento de Sistemas, Engenharia de Projetos, etc, Mas sinto que o meu lado Forte e análise estruturada e gostaria de equilibrar com Análise Orientação Objetos. QUANDO eu estiver mais Preparado, Pretendo contribuir também escrevendo alguns Artigos. Grato. Bene Santos


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