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Object-Oriented Software Development with UML

Categories : Software Architecture and Design
Posted by : juntima | Posted On : Thursday, 11 February 2010 09:03
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Time : 30 Hour(s)
Days : 5 Day(s)
Duration : 09:00 - 16:00
Fee : 13,000 THB (Excluded Vat 7%)
Language : Thai
Instructor : Mr.Teerachai Laothong
Objectives :

This course presents the basic principles of Object Oriented Analysis and Design using the Unified Modelling Language (UML). The full range of UML notations and diagrams are introduced including: requirement gathering using use cases; sequence diagrams; collaboration diagrams; activity diagrams as well as object and class diagrams. This course is aimed at systems analysts and those responsible for documenting analysis and design decisions.

Who Should Attend :

This course is designed for software developers, software project managers, software engineers, software analysts and designers, programmers, and IT professionals or educators who wish to switch their software development paradigm from functional methods to object orientation methods.

Benefits :

- Understand the concept of Software Engineering and the Unified Process
- Describe object technology principles and use the vocabulary
- Undertake use case analysis as part of the analysis and specification process for computer systems
- Use different levels of object models during the specification and design of computer systems
- Develop and refine sequence diagrams that guarantee the system specified can be implemented using your object model
- Develop state models to assist in the specification of systems
- Use design patterns to assist your designs - Use packages to structure large systems
- Understand how object models may be implemented directly in OO languages

Course Outline :

Module 1: Introduction to Software Engineeering

- What is Software Engineering?

- Software Engineering Concepts

- Software development life-cycle

- Major schools: application development methodologies


Module 2: Object-oriented concepts

- Object, class

- Object behaviour and methods

- Inheritance and aggregation

- Polymorphism

- Object model


Module 3: The Unified Process

- The object-oriented software life cycle

- Use case-driven and architecture-centric features

- Iterative and incremental development

- Performing requirements analysis


Module 4: An overview of UML

- UML Notation

- Use cases

- Object modelling

- Sequence diagrams

- State modelling

- Grouping UML constructs into packages


Module 5: Use Case Design

- Use case design, actors and scenarios, pre and post conditions

- Control flow, activity diagrams

- Simple use-case driven design

- Refactoring use-cases

- Modelling Business Processes in UML


Module 6: UML Class DEsign

- UML Class Notation

- Attributes, operations and access visibility

- Interfaces and stereotypes

- Relationships, aggregation, composition, dependency

- Designing with class diagrams


Module 7: UML Package Diagram

- UML Package Notation

- Package design, transitivity


Module 8: UML Object Di agram

- UML Object Notation

- Collaboration diagrams

- Sequence versus collaboration diagrams

- State Diagrams


Module 9: Design Tips and Guideline

- Design Heuristics

- Design and Modeling idioms

- Design patterns

- Pattern languages


Module 10: Case Study & Tools

- Case study using UML

- Analysis View

- Design View

- UML Tools

- Code Generation and Reverse Engineering with JAVA

Payment Condition :

Payment must be paid in full at least 7 days prior to the start of the class. The payment can be made:

1. Cheque should be made payable to "Software Park Thailand#2"

Or

2. Account transfer to "Software Park Thailand #2" Saving account no. 324-2-56262-0, Siam Commercial Bank, Chaengwattana Branch. Then, fax the deposit slip to +66 2 583 2884.

Notes:

  • Withholding tax (3%) is exempt.
  • Should you need to withdraw, you must send the notice of the withdrawal in writing no later than 7 working days before the commencement date. The cancellation less than 7 days will be subject to a fine of 40% of the fee.
  • Software Park Thailand reserves the rights to cancel courses due to unforeseen circumstances.
Contact Person :

For more information, contact our course coordinator on:

Juntima Klumchaun

Tel: +66-2583-9992 Ext. 1424

Fax: +66-2583-2884

Email: juntima@swpark.or.th

You are encouraged to use the course schedule as a guide to plan your training. The schedule is accessible at www.swpark.or.th for more information.