Monday, 4 November 8:30-17:00 Full day Convention Ctr - Room 2A
1 Essential Object-oriented Analysis and Design
This tutorial offers quick-paced instruction about object-oriented analysis and design based on practical project experience. Introduction to object-oriented concepts (inheritance, polymorphism, encapsulation, etc.), use cases, class diagrams, sequence diagrams, and patterns. It will provide you with the knowledge and skills to:
Create use case documents
Understand object-oriented concepts, terminology and buzzwords
Identify classes and create class diagrams
Understand and use the Unified Modeling Language (UML)
Identify behaviors and create sequence diagrams
Gain an understanding of what patterns are and review 5 of the GOF patterns
Recognize other UML diagrams
The target audience includes people new to objects and object-oriented concepts. The tutorial is intended for people who have had some exposure to objects but need something else to put all the pieces together.
Lecture style, slide presentation.
Jill Aden has worked for 17 years with EDS as a Systems Architect and has worked with objects since 1993. She is a member of the OTUG group at University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN. At EDS, Aden mentors, consults, and teaches object-oriented concepts internally and externally to clients.
Joseph Brennan has worked for 17+ years with EDS as a Systems Architect. He has been working with objects since 1993, is a member of the Twin Cities Java User Group. At EDS, Joseph mentors, consults, and teaches object-oriented concepts internally and externally to clients. Joseph is a Sun Certified Java Instructor, Java Developer, and Java Programmer.