Reading and Understanding UML – Foundation Course
Unified Modeling Language has been the standard for years when it comes to describing and modeling object-oriented software systems. Are you a project manager and want to access your employees' results? Are you a software tester and need to create test scenarios based on modeled requirements? Do you prepare documentation or need to verify IT concepts? Or do you simply want to find out more about this secret modeling language?
In spite of the large scale of UML, it is not a closed book. This course will teach you the basic ideas and means of representation behind UML. Find out how seemingly complicated diagrams are easy to read and rediscover the world of modeling software systems.
At the end of the course you will be able to read and understand basic UML diagrams. You will recognize UML symbols and be able to verify and assess diagrams and their content.
Course contents/Methodology/Target group
- Basic concepts of UML
- Use case diagrams
- Class diagrams
- Activity diagrams
Project managers, process managers,technical users, testers, technical editors, system analysts with no previous knowledge of UML
No specific knowledge required but a basic knowledge of object orientation and software development would be advantageous.
Model-Based Requirements Analysis with UML
This seminar will teach you the aspects involved in requirements analysis and which techniques can be applied. You will get to grips with UML and learn how to implement it so you can display your requirements using models.
Model-Based Requirements Analysis with UML and BPMN Processes
This seminar will teach you the aspects involved in requirements analysis and which techniques can be applied. You will get to know UML and learn how to implement it using BPMN 2 for modeling flows instead of UML activities.
Object-Oriented System Analysis with UML
This course will teach you about UML diagrams central to object-oriented analysis.
Reading and Understanding UML – Advanced Course
This seminar will teach you how to recognize and understand the most important system analysis diagrams.