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The authors explain their theory behind developing a set of business archetype patterns that model common software packages, then provide eight patterns for simplifying the development of such software. Based on the unified modeling language (UML) activity diagrams, the patterns offer a consistent architecture and semantics for organizing information about parties across business domains, relationships between parties, goods and services, inventory management, order processing, payment, and business rules.
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Jim Garlow is the pastor of Skyline Church located in La Mesa, California, a suburb of San Diego. Garlow is often cited as an evangelical leader in the political arena, quoted on issues such as the 2012 Republican presidential primary.
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