Course Name: UML ASAP
using UML 2.0 (current version !!)
Brief Course Description:
Duration: 1 Full Day
Prerequisites: Experience in IT; exposure to object-based IT development
Assumed Audience: Those attending should be knowledgeable in the theory and practice of object
oriented programming. The ideal student is the IT pro that now has
responsibility for architecture, design and delivery of multiple projects.
Project sponsors and users will also benefit greatly from attendance since
UML concepts must be understood, to participate in the broad process of
designing good IT systems.
This class is unique in that it is applicable to the widest possible “IT
related” audience. This is because this course is about good design
processes and good design documentation--- not code.
The following audience is assumed:Project Sponsors (VPs and Directors)
End Users with Business/Industry Domain Knowledge
Technical Leads and Programmers
Course Materials: Ringbound NewTech UML ASAP! Resource Package 250+ Page UML Primer and Reference Guide Disk with Sample UML Documents and Diagrams
Course Description Summary: An introduction to UML modeling elements and techniques.
When the student leaves the course... the student will have a foundation in
the Universal Modeling Language with an understanding of when to use what
modeling elements. Each student will exit the class ready to speak and work
with authority regarding the architecture, design and planning of systems
with UML technology.
- UML History
- What problem does UML solve?
- What solutions existed prior to UML?
- Use Cases
- What are they?
- When to use a use case?
- How do we write them?
- Use Case Diagrams
- What is the difference between a Use Case and a Use Case Diagram?
- Use Case Symbols
- Drawing the Diagram
- State Diagrams
- What is a state diagram
- State Diagram Symbols
- Drawing a State Diagrams
- Sequence Diagrams
- What is a sequence diagram?
- How does a Sequence Diagram compare to a State Diagram
- Instance vs Generic Diagrams
- Representing Object Creation
- Representing Recursion.
- State Diagram Symbols
- Collaboration Diagrams
- What is a Collaboration Diagram
- How does a Collaboration Diagram compare to a State Diagram and a Sequence Diagram?
- Activity Diagrams
- What is an activity diagram
- What is a swimlane?
- How does an Activity Diagram relate to a State Diagram?
- How does an Activity Diagram relate to a Use Case?
- Class Diagrams
- Representing Objects
- Representing Packages
- Representing Properties (Attributes)
- Representing Methods (Operations)
- Responsibilities and Constraints
- How to extract objects from the customer.
- Representing Associations between Objects
- Representing Inheritance
- Representing Dependencies
- Representing Aggregations
- Representing Interfaces
- Representing Visibility
- Component Diagrams
- What is a component?
- Types of components
- Drawing Component diagrams.
- Deployment Diagrams
- What is a deployment diagram?
- Drawing the diagram.
- Fitting UML into a Development Process
- When do you use which diagram?
- What would a normal development process look like?
- How do I know when I’ve drawn enough diagrams?
- What tools are available to help create diagrams?