This is a semi-complete version of a Ruby on Rails way to model a database. The table objects include a space to enter in the declarations that you are considering placing in your model files. I have included a list of reminders of the things that would go into the model declarations towards the right. Each table has anchor...more
Stencil with components for diagramming problem frames.
Stencil for diagramming problem frames.
We can rebuild it. Make it better, stronger, faster than it was before - we have the technology. Actually, we don't - Michael Jones took our existing electronics/circuit engineering stencil and vastly improved it: A great stencil if you're into electronics, even if you're not interested in making a bionic man.
This palette was created using OmniGraffle v1. Needless to say, I need to remedy that. ;)
The Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) is an OMG standard for modeling business processes. It supports a broad range of scenarios: from internal workflows over abstract processes up to choreographies between different companies. More information can be found at the official website: http://www.bpmi.org.