Mastering Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with Unified Modeling Language (OOAD/UML) 2.0 presents the concepts and techniques necessary to effectively use system requirements captured in use cases to drive the development of a robust design model. In this intensive, hands-on workshop, learn to apply UML 2.0 notation to fundamental OOAD concepts, including architecture, objects, classes, components, subsystems, stereotypes, relationships, and supporting diagrams. Use UML throughout the project life-cycle to capture and communicate analysis and design decisions. Thus, you learn UML 2.0 notation in the context of an iterative, use case-driven, architecture-centric process. In addition, language-specific examples of common UML constructs are provided in a separate appendix.

Note: There is no visual modeling toolset training incorporated into this methodology course.


Analysts, designers, and software developers, and other practitioners, who desire an understanding of object-oriented analysis and design concepts and hands-on practical experience applying the techniques within a use-case-driven, architecture-centric, and iterative development process.

Note: You should be currently involved in analysis and design work or in developing analysis and design models using UML.

Skills Taught:

  • Apply an iterative, use case-driven, architecture-centric process to the development of a robust design model
  • Use UML 2.0 to represent the design model
  • Apply the concepts of abstraction, encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism
  • Explain the different views of software architecture, the key mechanisms that are defined in support of that architecture, and the effect of the architecture and mechanisms on the produced design
  • Describe some basic design considerations, including the use of patterns

Course Outline:

  • Best practices of software engineering
  • Concepts of object orientation
  • Requirements overview
  • Analysis and design overview
  • Architectural analysis
  • Use-case analysis
  • Identify design elements
  • Identify design mechanisms
  • Describe the run-time architecture
  • Describe distribution
  • Use-case design
  • Subsystem design
  • Class design
  • Database design (optional)

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