Methodology and UML
For professionals who need to be able to formalise their know-how and share it with colleagues who have different skill profiles.
Learn, by sharing with professionals
Professional industry developers, for example in automation or embedded systems, will quickly become familiar with object-oriented concepts and a project methodology that brings control and serenity.
You learn how to use object-oriented concepts to build modular and scalable software.
Master the UML language
You master the UML formalism and design reflexes.
Master the projects
You establish the link between software analysis, design and budget and schedule management.
other locations on request
3 days of training
Course given in French,
supports in English
« A very interesting and well-presented course, it should have been done earlier ! »
A Methodology and UML course participant
The principal themes of this course
« Object-oriented » thinking
The purpose of the first day is to discover the key concepts of object-oriented thinking through many illustrative examples. This phase is necessary to establish a solid methodology.
For a better understanding, we will practice using different exercises, centred on:
Modelling with UML
For the benefit of the correct understanding of object-oriented, you are ready to address the 13 UML diagrams and their equivalent in the functional analysis and software design phases, objects of the second day.
You will discover the different structural and behavioural diagrams, with examples from various applications, which will help you to understand these representations and their meaning.
The project methodology
During the 3rd day, the OSDM methodology will be presented and then exercised in a real size example.
You will understand how to begin a functional analysis, how to design software architecture, plan a project realistically and lead the development with accurate monitoring.
Subsequently, OSDM could serve as a basic model for your own project management methodology.
Choose your training session
4 - 6 November 2019
20 - 22 May 2019