General Object Technology Courses.
These courses provide a foundation in basic object technology concepts,
and in the application of use cases to the task of modeling functional
Introduction to Object Technology.
Discusses basic object-oriented concepts. Outlines object-oriented
development and some of the methods and languages that support it. Explains
some of the benefits of object-oriented development. Duration: 1 day.
Requirements with Use Cases.
Explains the application of use cases to the task of modeling the functional
requirements of a system or application. Illustrates how to describe
the details of individual use cases. Duration: 2 days.
Business Modeling Using
Describes the processes involved in constructing a business model,
as well as the use of the UML notation to document that model. Duration:
The Unified Modeling Language (UML)
This course explains how to interpret basic UML notation. It
explains the fundamental concepts an notational conventions for the UML
seven diagrams. Duration: 2 days.
Instructor: Most object-oriented design courses are taught by Charles
Richter, principal, Objective Engineering. Mr. Richter has been involved
in object-oriented development for almost two decades and has used and taught
several popular object-oriented analysis and design methods. Read more
about Objective Engineering and Mr. Richter at the
Engineering Company Information page.