November 4, 2012

UML / BPMN Reference Charts

Gateways

When I teach BPMN I like to hand out this poster BPMN-2 Poster as reference.

I particularly like the way the “Berliner BPM-Offensive” describes the use of the gateways:

  • When splitting….
  • When joining…

You can get the original, in many different languages from here.

 

Following the course, I received this poster for UML syntax.

By coincidence, the author has chosen to show exactly the same UML diagrams as I favour, therefore I am very happy to recommend his poster and include a link to his site here for download. Please note that it is UML 1.3 rather than 2.0, but no less useful for that.

UMLPoster

 

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