DE538

Object-oriented Analysis Using UML

  • Duration 2 days
  • Regular fee 1 000
  • Preferential fee 850?
  • Locations
    • Quebec City
    • Montreal
  • New course
  • Laboratory
    course
SUMMARY
DETAILS

Objectives

Upon completion of the course, participants will have the skills and knowledge required to: state and describe the basic principles of object orientation, describe the physical structure of a class, explain the relationship between a class and an object, define and correctly use polymorphism and generalization, read and interpret artifacts that specify requirements and constitute a starting point for analysis and design, read and interpret artifacts that specify system architecture, identify classes through use cases, distribute behaviour among classes by identifying their responsibilities and using the UML notation to represent an analysis model.

Targeted audience

Software developers, analysts and project managers.

Prerequisite

None.

Content

  • Basics of object orientation
  • Basics of UML notation
  • Behavioural modeling of a system with use cases
  • Overview of analysis and design
  • Architectural analysis
  • Identification of classes based on use case behaviour
  • Using UML notation analysis stereotypes
  • Modeling dynamic and static aspects of a use case

DATES*

*Unless stated otherwise, all sessions are in French.
  • Quebec City

    October 31 to November 1 2017

  • Montreal

    November 15 to November 16 2017

  • Montreal

    November 24 2017

  • Montreal

    January 25 to January 26 2018

  • Montreal

    May 24 to May 25 2018

  • Quebec City

    June 13 to June 14 2018

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