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hi,
Although it is not direcltly relevant to .NET but i would like the expert
views.
Until now we did not have a formal requirments capture tool and UML
diagramming tool. But our projects are
getting bigger and we are thinking of buying one.

For requirment capture we looked at IBM's Requisite Pro. and for Modelling
we looked at IBM Rational Rose developer for Visual Studio. I was wodering
if we are making right decision.
Secondly, if we buy VS team system, do we still need to buy some modelling
tool?

Thanks in Advance
Irfan


Mar 14 '07 #1
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On Wed, 14 Mar 2007 09:15:23 -0000, Irfan wrote:
hi,
Although it is not direcltly relevant to .NET but i would like the expert
views.
Until now we did not have a formal requirments capture tool and UML
diagramming tool. But our projects are
getting bigger and we are thinking of buying one.

For requirment capture we looked at IBM's Requisite Pro. and for Modelling
we looked at IBM Rational Rose developer for Visual Studio. I was wodering
if we are making right decision.
Secondly, if we buy VS team system, do we still need to buy some modelling
tool?

Thanks in Advance
Irfan
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- Visio For Architects
- Sybase PowerDesigner
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Irfan wrote:
hi,
Although it is not direcltly relevant to .NET but i would like the expert
views.
Until now we did not have a formal requirments capture tool and UML
diagramming tool. But our projects are
getting bigger and we are thinking of buying one.

For requirment capture we looked at IBM's Requisite Pro. and for Modelling
we looked at IBM Rational Rose developer for Visual Studio. I was wodering
if we are making right decision.
Secondly, if we buy VS team system, do we still need to buy some modelling
tool?

Thanks in Advance
Irfan

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Gentleware Poseidon
Mar 18 '07 #3

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