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Demystifying Object Oriented Programming
Regular Version


Course Name: Demystifying Object Oriented Programming

Brief Course Description: Object Oriented Programming with the .NET Platform from an academic, highly theoretical point of view.

Duration: Two Days, Lecture and Demo format

Course Overview: Designed for the widest possible audience, this 2-day course is appropriate for anyone familiar with software development on any platform. Cost/benefit and risk/reward ratios related to choosing OOP are described clearly and in business terms. The focus of this course is on the very sound business case for OOP. Both managers and developers gain the orientation needed to move to more specific OOP development courses. The business advantage of OOP development are emphasized and OOP development advantages in business terms is the theme of this course.

Planners and managers can choose this course only as an excellent orientation and indoctrination into the OOP development methodology. Taught by practicing engineers who develop OOP business applications professionally, this course is very much a 'boot camp' for those seeking a thorough and EFFECTIVE orientation. Developers and managers alike with gain important insights in this class. Unlike many courses that teach OOP from an academic, highly theoretical point of view, this course advances OOP concepts clearly and presents the OOP business advantages in 'plain English'. This course aims the presentation of OOP to the 'mainframe mind' with a clear focus on business benefits and cost/benefit analysis.

Demos are presented in Java with about 20% VB6.

The topic is best presented with a minimum 1-week gap in the presentation (days 1 and 2). The arguments for and advantages of the OOP approach are most convincing when allowed to 'percolate' in the mind of the student. We strongly urge a minimum 1-week gap in time between presentation days.

Development Tools Demonstrated:
Unified Modeling Language (UML)
Java (Sun Forte Development Environment)
Visual Basic 6.0
Some XML

Course Materials:
OOP Ring-Bound Resource Pack (presentation slides, white papers, and diagrams)
Newtech pens and ringbound Newtech pads
30 days of email Q&A support

Intended Audience:
Technology Executives
Training Coordinators
Development Managers
Developers

Course Objective: Students will exit the seminar fluent in the not just the concepts and facilities if OOP, but also the reasons why OOP is a superior set of methods for developing large, complex business systems.

Prerequisites: All students should be fluent in the basics of the software development process.

The Outline

  1. Object Oriented Development: Why You Care
    1. Componentization
    2. Reuse
    3. Software design that is uniform and maintainable
    4. Testing Advantages
    5. Development Advantages (parallel effort is a major advantage)
    6. Large Scale Systems are possible
  2. Detailed Comparision with Traditional Development (compare and contrast for mainframers)
    1. Analysis methods
    2. Design methods
    3. Implementation methods
    4. Application Scenarios
    5. Distributed Applications
    6. Partitioned Applications
    7. Large-scale heterogenous interapp communication and protocols...with objects
    Getting Started in OOP: Terminology Defined (examples predominantly in Java with some VB6) The OOP Terminology Game (fuzzy, confusing definitions, 'object' defined, more...) UML with examples Use Cases with examples Classes (java, VB) with examples Methods, Properties, Events Inheritance with examples Polymorphism with examples Encapsulation with examples SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) COM/COM+ Interfaces with examples Why the language and development environ is a secondary decision
  3. Overview of Object Oriented Programming
  4. Increasing Developer Productivity
  5. Meeting Product Demand
  6. Object Oriented Languages and Platforms

  • Architecture of .NET Applications
    1. .NET Platform Technologies Overview
    2. Using the Visual Studio.NET IDE
    3. Architecting Multi-tier Applications
    4. Component Based Architecture
    5. Understanding Web Development in .NET

  • UML
    1. Writing Design Documentation
    2. Use Cases
    3. Class Diagrams
    4. Sequence Diagrams
    5. Flow Charts
    6. Design Patterns Overview
    7. UML Tools: Visio, Rational XDE

  • Getting Started with .NET
    1. Why was it developed, and how does it compare to other programming languages
    2. Advantages and Disadvantages of using .NET
    3. A closer look a the languages
    4. Which language should you choose???

  • Understanding the .NET Framework Basics
    1. Overview of the Common Language Runtime (CLR)
    2. Intermediate Language (IL)
    3. Assemblies and Manifests
    4. Compiling and deploying .NET Applications

  • Developing .NET Components
    1. Overview Objects and Classes
    2. Understanding the Framework Class Library
    3. Designing and creating Reusable components: inheritance, polymorphism
    4. Overview of Data Access options: ADO.NET
    5. Fitting XML into your application
    6. Understanding Multi-Threaded Applications

  • Web Development
    1. Understanding Web Architecture
    2. Overview of ASP.NET
    3. What are the new features of ASP.NET
    4. Components for building a web application with the .NET Framework
    5. Best practices for developing scalable ASP.NET applications

  • Web Services
    1. Review of Web Services Evolution
    2. Overview of Web Services Architecture
    3. Demystifying the Components making up a Web Service
    4. Securing Web Services
    5. Comparing .NET Web Services to the competition
    6. Discussion on the Future Direction of Web Services
    When the student leaves the course... The student will gain a complete understanding of all the terminology and features of the .NET Framework. He/She will feel confident in their ability to intelligently discuss all the important features and expertly lead and manage any .NET Development projects.

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