Name: [116] Erik Thompson
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Description: Hi! I am currently a full time student at California State University Long Beach. I recently began to do research in molecular dynamics. I have interests in Python programming, physics, chemistry, and 3D simulation. Also I like bird watching! Here are some of photos I've taken: http://ww ...

Class Diagrams [ID:482] (7/35)

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video tutorial by Erik Thompson, added 01/08

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In this episode I present and talk about my class diagram.

I made mention of a topic that I have very little skill with and that is design patterns. Here are links to a description of the ModelViewController and ModelViewPresenter

Also check out the Google Talk on Python Design Patterns Part 1 and Part 2

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8. maccosmeticswholesaleoutlet mac cosmetic lipgloss c Wed, 21 Jul 2010 09:48

Very good!

7. anonymous Fri, 21 Aug 2009 10:46

Pretty good overall.

The discussion of the method the narrator does not use and does not understand was unhelpful. It would be better just to mention it and say "I don't use it and don't understand it; read about it on your own if you want to try it."

6. anonymous Sat, 23 May 2009 13:56

nice how you showed all 3 versions of your UML classes.

5. anonymous Thu, 16 Apr 2009 11:41

Very good stuff, I'm going to watch the next video.... : )

Quite interesting. I'm curious to see how much use you'll have for these later on.

Very good tutorial. I now appreciated the benefit of class diagrams now, before starting to code. Thanks Erik.

Very interesting presentation of how to put together an overview of what the code is supposed to do. The juxtaposition of the hand-drawn diagram and the formal graphic gives us an insight into how programs are actually conceived (as opposed to what's in the textbooks). Hope you continue to show both the rough and the smooth. Much appreciated.


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This is very good. Thank You for the Effort.

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