Object-Oriented Analysis using UML Course
Object Orientation, or OO, is a methodology that can be used during the whole software development life cycle: from analysis of users' needs, to design and then coding and testing. The Unified Modelling Language (UML) is an international set of diagrams for modelling your system using an object-oriented approach.
This course will teach you how to analyse and document your system using established OO principles. It will help you to understand the problem and the solution better, and communicate it more effectively. The course will also make it easier to work with developers who use an object-oriented approach.
This course is run in parallel with the first 3 days of the Object-Oriented Analysis & Design using UML course. If you have programming experience, you will benefit more from attending the full 5 days.
|Duration:||3 days. Courses are presented from 08:30 to 16:30.|
|Investment:||R8,200.00 excluding VAT per delegate.|
|Venue:||The Incus Data Training Venue in Centurion, Pretoria. Courses can also be presented on-site for 5 or more delegates.|
|Dates:||Please check the course schedule for the next available date. You can also contact us at tel: (+27) 12 666 2020 or email us at email@example.com to find out about dates.|
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Audience: Is This The Right Course For Me?
You should attend the Object Oriented Analysis using UML course if:
- You are a business analyst, project manager or system architect, and you work with developers who use object orientation.
- You need to learn how to read and write use cases.
- You need to understand the object-oriented process.
Prerequisites: Am I Ready For The Course?
You do not need to have any knowledge of object orientation or programming before attending the Object Oriented Analysis using UML course.
If you are a programmer, then you should rather attend the Object-Oriented Analysis & Design using UML course course, which includes this course.
Please ensure you meet the prerequisites for the Object-Oriented Analysis using UML Course before you attend the course. Read the importance of course prerequisites to understand why this is necessary.
Objectives: What Will I Learn?
After you have completed the Object Oriented Analysis using UML course, you will be able to:
- Understand object-oriented concepts and principles, and the OO project lifecycle.
- Analyse a system in terms of the objects involved.
- Read and write use cases.
- Take part in a design session that uses Class, Responsibilities, and Collaboration (CRC) cards.
- Identify high-level classes and the relationships between them.
Technical Contents: What Does The Course Cover?
- The evolution of the object-oriented paradigm.
- OOP compared to other programming paradigms.
- Advantages and disadvantages of OOP.
- Object-Oriented Concepts and Terminology
- Classes and objects.
- Attributes and behaviours.
- Data abstraction and encapsulation.
- Inheritance and code reuse.
- Associations and relationships between classes.
- Unified Modelling Language
- History and evolution of the UML.
- Overview of UML diagrams: use case, class, object, sequence, communication, state, activity, component, package, timing, subsystem, model, deployment diagrams.
- Common extension mechanisms.
- UML modelling tools.
- Object-Oriented Methodologies
- Traditional Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC).
- Iterative and incremental development.
- The need for an OOAD process.
- The Rational Unified Approach (RUP).
- The Iconix method.
- Extreme Programming and Agile Modelling.
- Object-Oriented Analysis
- Behaviour analysis and use cases.
- Activity diagrams.
- Domain modelling.
- Class identification and domain classes.
- CRC cards and CRC sessions.
- Which UML diagrams to use during analysis.
Testimonials: What Other Delegates Say About This Course
This is a new course and will be presented for the first time in 2016.
How Do I Book?
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