"Where Information Technology Is Purely Business & Engineering"
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IT PRACTITIONER SEMINAR SERIES
SEMINAR OBJECTIVE: To discuss the major traditional and Object Oriented analysis and design techniques
INTENDED AUDIENCE: IT practitioners, Business analysts, IT management, “IT Knowledgeable” User personnel and management charged with the active participation or direction of a project.
LEARNING OUTCOME: At the conclusion of these seminars the student will have learned system analysis and systems design alternatives and techniques.
IT PRACTITIONER SEMINAR #, TITLE, DESCRIPTION
Note: Each seminar is "two+" hours.
S6-0 Data Base Technologies & Practices.
History of Data Modeling, Data Modeling, Relational DB Concepts, Primary keys, Foreign Keys, Normal Forms, Entity Relationship Diagrams, Types of Data Bases, Object Data Bases.
S8-9 Object Analysis & Design, Business Objects.
History of OO Analysis and of UML Practices, Object Terminology, Business Rules, State Diagrams, Object Oriented Analysis Techniques, UML Standards, Component Design Techniques.
S11-0 Requirements Engineering.
Importance of Requirements Definition, Business Analysis vs Requirements, Conversation Design, Use Case Design, Business Object Design, ProjectScope, User Definition, Identifying Objects and Classes, Class Models.
S12-13 Process Design.
Traditional Program Design, Data Decomposition, Detailed Component Design, Process Design, Construction, Testing, Alternative Design Methods, DSDM, RUP Process, Metrics, User Design.
S14-15 Use Case Models, Interaction Diagrams, State & Activity Diagrams,
Use Cases, Use Case Models, Actors, Classes, Components, Documenting Techniques, State & Activity, Implementation Diagrams State Diagrams, Classes & State Diagrams, Implementation Strategies & Considerations.