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June 12, 2016

Humor: Actors OR Use Cases; which are more important?

Humor - Cartoon: Actors OR Use Cases; which are more important?

Caption: "Jerry and Bob, the new business analysts, decided to settle, once for all, whether use cases are actors are more important in the use case diagram. "

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