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In the course Design Patterns you will learn how design patterns can be applied to the object oriented design of systems.
After an introduction about the role that design patterns play and how they can be used to realize the non-functional requirements of systems, attention is paid to how design patterns are described and cataloged.
Also the role of design patterns in the architecture of applications is discussed and the various categories of design patterns that are distinguished.
In the module Creational Patterns the Factory patterns and the Builder, Prototype and Singleton pattern are discussed. You learn out of which classes, relationships, responsibilities and cooperations a typical design pattern solution can consist.
Next in the module the Structural Patterns the Adapter, Composite, Bridge, Decorator, Proxy and Flyweight pattern are discussed. You will learn the consequences of applying the patterns, the benefits and possible disadvantages in terms of time and space considerations and how to decide on the use of a particular pattern.
Next in the module Behavioral Patterns the Chain of Responsibility, Interpreter, Iterator, Mediator, State and Strategy patterns are discussed.
Finally the module Architectural Patterns considers certain patterns that are involved in the architectural structure of software including Operating Systems and Frameworks. This module focuses on the Layer pattern, the Micro Kernel pattern and the Model View Controller (MVC) pattern.
The course Design Patterns is intended for experienced developers and software architects with knowledge of object oriented programming and systems analysis who want to apply Design Patterns when designing these systems.
Knowledge of an object-oriented programming language like C++, C#, or Java and experience with object oriented analysis and design with UML is required.
The concepts are treated according to presentation slides. The theory is illustrated with demos of patterns in C++, C# and Java. There are exercises in design problems where patterns are applied. The course material is in English. The course times are from 9.30 up and to 16.30.
Participants receive an official certificate Design Patterns after successful completion of the course.
Module 1 : Intro Design Patterns
Module 2 : Creational Patterns
Module 3 : Structural Patterns
|What is a design pattern?
Describing design patterns
Reuse through design patterns
Structure of patterns
Classification of patterns
Catalog of Design Patterns
Sample design patterns
Selecting Design Patterns
Solving problems with design patterns
Factory Method Pattern
Connect parallel class hierarchies
Abstract Factory Pattern
Concrete Class Isolation
Controlling the build process
Lots of little objects
Reducing client-subsystem coupling
Reducing number of instances
Module 4 : Behavioral Patterns
Module 5 : Architectural Patterns
|Chain of responsibility
|Architectural patterns versus design patterns
Patterns for real-time software
Pipes and Filters