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In the course Object Oriented Analysis and Design you will learn the object oriented ways of thinking and techniques to analyze, design and model a software system as a collection of cooperating objects. The UML language runs as a central thread through the course.
After an introduction and review of the key object oriented concepts and principles, the modern system development principle of iterative and incremental development is discussed.
Next attention is paid to how the requirements of a system can be analyzed and how the typical forms of system use can be described with uses cases.
After an overview of UML, it is discussed how a domain model can be established, how the various objects can be distinguished together with their attributes and relationships, and what information they exchange.
Attention is paid to how responsibilities can be assigned to objects and how these can be translated and made visible with interaction modeling using sequence and collaboration diagrams and state charts. The various patterns that can be used in this process are also discussed.
Part of the subject matter is also how the translation of the analysis model to a design class model can take place, including the design of a logical architecture with packages and subsystems and the mapping to code.
The course also considers aspects of architectural design that are dealt with using component and deployment diagrams.
Finally the focus is on the importance of design patterns to implement standard solutions.
The course Object Oriented Analysis and Design is intended for developers and architects who want to learn object oriented analysis and design techniques and UML to design systems.
To join the course Object Oriented Analysis and Design knowledge of the basic principles of object orientation is required and experience in object oriented software development is desirable.
The subject matter is treated on the basis of presentation slides. During the course two case studies are developed from requirements to design. A modern UML tool is used to draw UML diagrams in it. The course material is in English. The course times are from 9.30 up and to 16.30.
Participants receive an official certificate Object Oriented Analysis and Design after successful completion of the course.
Module 1 : Software Process
Module 2 : Requirements Analysis
Module 3 : Use Case Modeling
|Software Development Process
Software Development Phases
Good Software Characteristics
Iterative and Incremental Development
Requirements Analysis Process
Test Driven Development
Requirement Analysis Activities
|Use Cases and Actors
System Context Diagram
Identifying Use Cases
Use Case Diagram
Use Case Modeling Steps
High Level Use Cases
include and extends
Module 4 : UML Overview
Module 5 : Domain Modeling
Module 6 : Use Case Realization
|What is UML?
Use Case View
Notes and Adornments
System Sequence Diagrams
|Why Domain Modeling?
Physical and Conceptual Objects
Types of Classes
Domain Analysis Classes
Multiplicity and Associations
Generalization and Specialization
Aggregation and Composition
Input Events and Operations
System Sequence Diagrams
Derivation from Use Case
Grasps Design Patterns
Module 7 : Statecharts
Module 8 : Design Model
Module 9 : Architectural Design
|State Machine Concepts
State Machine Diagram
Event Driven Behavior
State Machines and Objects
Objects and Threads
Passive and Active Objects
Entry and Exit Actions
|Transition to Design
From Requirements to Design
Class Design Diagrams
The Design Model
Design Model Characteristics
Mapping to Code
Data Access Class Packages
Large Scale Element Collaboration
Layers and Packages
Simple Logical Architecture
Consider Coordination Layer
Web Application Architecture
Consider MVC Architecture
Module 10 : Applying Design Patterns
|What are Patterns?
All our courses are classroom courses in which the students are guided through the material on the basis of an experienced trainer with in-depth material knowledge. Theory is always interspersed with exercises.
We also do custom classes and then adjust the course content to your wishes. On request we will also discuss your practical cases.
The course times are from 9.30 to 16.30. But we are flexible in this. Sometimes people have to bring children to the daycare and other times are more convenient for them. In good consultation we can then agree on different course times.
We take care of the computers on which the course can be held. The software required for the course has already been installed on these computers. You do not have to bring a laptop to participate in the course. If you prefer to work on your own laptop, you can take it with you if you wish. The required software is then installed at the start of the course.
Our courses are generally given with Open Source software such as Eclipse, IntelliJ, Tomcat, Pycharm, Anaconda and Netbeans. You will receive the digital course material to take home after the course.
The course includes lunch that we use in a restaurant within walking distance of the course room.
The courses are planned at various places in the country. A course takes place at a location if at least 3 people register for that location. If there are registrations for different locations, the course will take place at our main location, Houten which is just below Utrecht. A course at our main location also takes place with 2 registrations and regularly with 1 registration. And we also do courses at the customer’s location if they appreciate that.
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