Object Oriented Analysis & Design with UML 2

PT5393
Summary
This course provides students an intensive, practical training in the concepts and application of object-oriented analysis and design. Starting with basic concepts for newcomers, this course challenges students with real-world examples and exercises of object-oriented thinking and UML modeling.
Prerequisites
Experience in software analysis, design or development is desirable, but not mandatory. Some experience with UML 1.x or UML 2 modeling is desirable.
Duration
4-5Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is designed for business or system analysts, technical managers, and software developers who need a common, practical technique for describing and constructing object-oriented systems.
Topics
  • Object-Oriented Software Process
  • Introduce the Courses Two Case Studies
  • The Unified Modeling Language
  • Object Orientation Jumpstart
  • Analysis Modeling
  • Design Principles
  • UML Static Design Modeling
  • Architecture and Design
  • UML Dynamic Design Modeling
  • Persistence Design

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