Review of David Parker’s new book

Visio is almost twenty years old and for the last few versions, Microsoft has been extending Visio’s capabilities beyond being the standard for drag and drop diagramming applications. In the beginning, Visio lead the way with it’s ability to quickly create business diagrams with intelligent shapes. Rather than worrying about the details of drawing shapes, the user could concentrate on how the shapes interacted. With Visio 2010, Microsoft laid the groundwork for validating the diagrams. As a new feature, Microsoft made sure that the validation process was well defined, but only created basic rule sets. With this book, “Microsoft Visio … Continue reading Review of David Parker’s new book