Home | About Us | Courses | Schedules | Our Clients | News and Events | Contact Us | Careers  

Accredited SERVICES SETA Education and Training Provider as per www.serviceseta.org.za
Verhoef  Training

Business Skills :: OO Analysis/Design with UML

"Going the extra mile with ICT"

PO Box 2466, Cape Town 8000, South Africa
tel: 0861-102017 • fax: +27 21 856-0042 • e-mail: training@verhoef.co.za
    

 

Related Courses
» Busines System Analysis
» Project Management
» Interpersonal Skills Workshop

Curricula Info
» MVS - z/OS - z/VM
» DB2 - SQL
» CICS TS
» IBM MQ
» Programming
» UNIX - Linux
» Networking
» Web Technologies
» Business Skills

Resources
» IBM Support
» IBM Redbooks
» Mainframe Month
» Mainframes.com
» z/Journal
» CIO Magazine
» Search390.com
» Linux Links
» XML Writer

Links
» CICS Central
» Programmer's Heaven
» Develoment Guru
» COBOL Centre
» COBOL User Groups
» REXXLA Home
» XML.com

Verhoef Sites:
» Verhoef USA
» Verhoef UK


 

Curriculum Description | Curriculum Roadmap | Curriculum Schedule | Course Enrolment
4 days   *   Intermediate   *   Lecture and Labs

Course Summary:
Delegates will learn to use Objected-Oriented techniques to analyse real-world requirement and to design solutions that are ready to code. They will understand how to identify and design objects, classes and their relationships to each other, which includes links, associations, and inheritance. A strong emphasis is placed on diagram notation for use cases, class and objects representation, links and associations, and object message. This course utilizes UML notation.

Target Audience:
This course is intended primarily for systems analyst, designers, programmers and project managers. The analysis (first 3 days) would also be of value to problem domain experts involved in the specification stage.

Recommended Prerequisites:
Familiarity with structured techniques such as functional decomposition is helpful.

Course Objectives:
The first part of this course teaches Proven, effective analysis techniques related to event, process, information and interface modelling. The aim is to define a technology and jargon free Essential Logical Model. Once defined the essential model can be mapped during the define phase into a design model that can be Objected Oriented, objected based, hybrid or classical depending on the chosen development technology.
The second part of the course studies the principal and practical skills for creating good design using Objected Oriented Technology. Delegates will learn how to map the Essentials Model into a design (Physical) Model. The modelling notation is UML (The approved OMG standard) and the course is language independent.
Delegates will learn to use Objected-Oriented techniques to analyse real-world requirement and to design solutions that are ready to code. They will understand how to identify and design objects, classes and their relationships to each other, which includes links, associations, and inheritance. A strong emphasis is placed on diagram notation for use cases, class and objects representation, links and associations, and object message. This course utilizes UML notation.

Key Topics:

  • Introduction to Analysis and Design
  • Fundamental concepts of Object Orientation
  • Advanced Objects
  • Interfaces
  • Classes and their Relationships
  • Sequence Diagrams
  • Communication Diagrams
  • State Machine Diagrams
  • Activity Diagrams
  • Package, Component, and Development Diagrams
  • Use Cases
  • Process
  • The Project
  • Domain Analysis
  • Requirements and Specification
  • Design of Objects
  • Systems Design
  • Refactoring
  • Implementations

    Last modified: 05-Jan-2016

  • Site Map

     Home
      |
      •-- About Us
      |----Our Mission
      |----BEE Strategy
      |----Complaints
      |----Careers
      |----PAIA manual
      •-- Courses
      •-- Schedules
      •-- Our Clients
      •-- News and Events
      •-- Contact Us
      •-- Your Privacy
      |
      •-- MVS - z/OS - z/VM
      |----Roadmaps
      |----Schedule
      |
      •-- DB2 - SQL
      |----Roadmaps
      |----Schedule
      |
      •-- CICS TS
      |----Roadmaps
      |----Schedule
      |
      •-- IBM MQ
      |----Roadmaps
      |----Schedule
      |
      •-- Programming
      |----Roadmaps
      |----Schedule
      |
      •-- UNIX - Linux
      |----Roadmaps
      |----Schedule
      |
      •-- Networking
      |----Roadmaps
      |----Schedule
      |
      •-- Web Technologies
      |----Roadmaps
      |----Schedule
      |
      •-- Business Skills
      |----Roadmaps
      |----Schedule
      •

     
    Home | About Us | Courses | Schedules | Our Clients | News and Events | Contact Us
     

      to top
    © 2004-2017 Verhoef Training. All Rights Reserved.


    This Site Tracked by OneStat.com