Software Design Training Courses

Software Design Training

Software Design courses

Client Testimonials

Software Engineering

Kristian (the trainer) was very well prepared and anticipated potential changes in the course content ( we had varying levels of experience). He also integrated information specific to our company in a professional and dynamic way.

Maell Cullen - Altran UK

Software Engineering

Kristian (the trainer) was very well prepared and anticipated potential changes in the course content ( we had varying levels of experience). He also integrated information specific to our company in a professional and dynamic way.

Maell Cullen - Altran UK

Software Engineering

Kristian (the trainer) was very well prepared and anticipated potential changes in the course content ( we had varying levels of experience). He also integrated information specific to our company in a professional and dynamic way.

Maell Cullen - Altran UK

Software Engineering

Kristian (the trainer) was very well prepared and anticipated potential changes in the course content ( we had varying levels of experience). He also integrated information specific to our company in a professional and dynamic way.

Maell Cullen - Altran UK

Software Engineering

The trainer was excellent, the only reason I have not indicated all sixes was that there were some subjects that I was less interested in but this is just due to personal taste and career path.

There were computer based activities e.g writing code and using existing programs.

Mel Irfan - Altran UK

Software Engineering

The trainer was excellent, the only reason I have not indicated all sixes was that there were some subjects that I was less interested in but this is just due to personal taste and career path.

There were computer based activities e.g writing code and using existing programs.

Mel Irfan - Altran UK

Software Engineering

The trainer was excellent, the only reason I have not indicated all sixes was that there were some subjects that I was less interested in but this is just due to personal taste and career path.

There were computer based activities e.g writing code and using existing programs.

Mel Irfan - Altran UK

Software Engineering

The trainer was excellent, the only reason I have not indicated all sixes was that there were some subjects that I was less interested in but this is just due to personal taste and career path.

There were computer based activities e.g writing code and using existing programs.

Mel Irfan - Altran UK

Software Engineering

Enthusiastic and interesting trainer.

Adrian Turner - Altran UK

Software Engineering

Enthusiastic and interesting trainer.

Adrian Turner - Altran UK

Software Engineering

Enthusiastic and interesting trainer.

Adrian Turner - Altran UK

Software Engineering

Enthusiastic and interesting trainer.

Adrian Turner - Altran UK

Software Engineering

I liked the refresher of what we had learnt at the end of each day and at other regular intervals. Kristian (the trainer) seemed to have anticipated questions that we asked and had presentations and knowledge to help answer these questions.

Ashley Day - Altran UK

Software Engineering

I liked the refresher of what we had learnt at the end of each day and at other regular intervals. Kristian (the trainer) seemed to have anticipated questions that we asked and had presentations and knowledge to help answer these questions.

Ashley Day - Altran UK

Software Engineering

I liked the refresher of what we had learnt at the end of each day and at other regular intervals. Kristian (the trainer) seemed to have anticipated questions that we asked and had presentations and knowledge to help answer these questions.

Ashley Day - Altran UK

Software Engineering

I liked the refresher of what we had learnt at the end of each day and at other regular intervals. Kristian (the trainer) seemed to have anticipated questions that we asked and had presentations and knowledge to help answer these questions.

Ashley Day - Altran UK

Software Design Course Outlines

ID Name Duration Overview
46 Design Patterns 14 hours There are plenty of tried and tested patterns widely available to everyone. Sometimes it is a matter of changing the names and implementing the pattern in a specific technology. It can saves hundreds of hours, which otherwise would be spent on design and testing. Training Goals This course has two goals: first, it allows you to reuse widely-known patterns, second, it allows you to create and reuse patterns specific to your organization. It helps you to estimate how patterns can reduce costs, systematize the design process and generate a code framework based on your patterns. Audience Software designers, business analysts, project managers, programmers and developers as well as operational managers and software division managers. Course Style The course focuses on use cases and their relationship with a specific pattern. Most of the examples are explained in UML and in simple Java examples (the language can change if the course is booked as a closed course). It guides you through the sources of the patterns as well as showing you how to catalogue and describe patterns which can be reused across your organization. Introductions Patterns and tiered architectures Pattern description Design patterns and design Finding and selecting design patterns Design pattern implementation Well-known patterns Object Creation Factory Builder Factory Method Prototype Singleton Structural Patterns Adapter Bridge Composite Decorator Facade Flyweight Proxy Behavioural Patterns Chain of Responsibility Command Interpreter Iterator Mediator Memento Observer State Strategy Template Method Visitor Observer Creating Patterns To pattern or not to pattern Formal pattern description Organizing the pattern catalogue Particular goal and abstracted goal Publishing your patterns to a pattern community
1993 Design Patterns in C# 14 hours Target group: Technical Team Leader, Software Developer Learning objective: The purpose of training is to acquire the ability to design advanced development / project structures in C #. During the course, students become familiar with the MSDN resources and tools to support the development process, such as Microsoft Visual Studio, ReSharper. IDE Introduction to Visual Studio 2012 Introduction to ReSharper Theoretical fundamentals of design patterns History of design patterns Microsoft .NET Framework and design patterns Design patterns categories Patterns (theory and practice) - Creational Design Patterns Abstract Factory Builder Factory Method Object Pool Prototype Singleton Patterns (theory and practice) - Structural Design Patterns Adapter Bridge Composite Decorator Facade Flyweight Private Class Data Proxy Patterns (theory and practice) - Behavioral Design Patterns Chain of responsibility Command Interpreter Iterator Mediator Memento Null Object Observer State Strategy Template method Visitor Complex Design Patterns MVC (Model - View - Controller) MVP (Model - View - Presenter) MVVM (Model -View -View Model) Architecture Design Simulation - Hands On Labs Development of System Architecture in groups based on the specified Business Case
2062 Introduction to Domain Driven Design 14 hours What Is Domain-Driven Design Building Domain Knowledge The Ubiquitous Language The Need for a Common Language Creating the Ubiquitous Language The Building Blocks Of A Model-Driven Design Layered Architecture Entities Value Objects Services Modules Aggregates Factories Repositories Refactoring Toward Deeper Insight Continuous Refactoring Bring Key Concepts Into Light Preserving Model Integrity Bounded Context Continuous Integration Context Map Shared Kernel Customer-Supplier Conformist Anticorruption Layer Separate Ways Open Host Service Distillation
2569 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design using UML 21 hours This course is intended for analysts, designers, developers, testers and project managers. It is an introduction to system modeling using UML. Based on selected systems (case study) following phases of system modeling are presented: from modeling requirements, through business process modeling and documentation of functional and non-functional requirements, to the analytical model. The next step is the design phase - static and dynamic modeling using project classes and the interaction between the system components. Training can be the basis for a comprehensive process modeling in enterprise systems through the use of UML in all phases of software development. Introduction to UML A brief History of UML Overview of issues in the field of object-oriented modeling UML Specification (OMG) UML diagrams overview Requirements management Requirements Types Requirements Categories (FURPS) Methods for gathering requirements Modeling requirements using UML The relationship matrix for the requirements Creating a requirements specification Modeling business processes Activity Diagram Business process modeling in UML The definition of a business process Concurrent flows and decisions Exceptions and Exception Handling Partitions, path Modeling non-functional requirements Components and Deployment diagrams The initial architecture of the system - logical and physical Modeling requirements for security, performance, reliability, ... Modeling functional requirements Modeling functionality with the Use Case diagram Determining the scope of the system Actors and the relationships between them Identifying use cases Association "actor - use case" and its properties The relationship between use cases: include, extend, generalization Creating a use case scenarios and generate diagrams from them (activity, state machine) Analytical model of the system Using communication diagram to identify the main system objects The types of messages: asynchronous, synchronous, reply Specify the numbering sequence of messages Categories of objects: Boundary, Control and Entity Introduction to the project system Modeling the interaction Static Modeling Class Diagram and source code generation Association relationship and its characteristics. Other relationships: aggregation, composition, generalization, dependency, association class Forward/Reverse engineering Generating source code from the model Generating diagram based on the source code Synchronizing code and diagram Object Diagrams, Composite Structure Diagrams, and Package Diagrams Dynamic Modeling Verification of the static model Clarification of method signatures Verification of the class diagram The dynamic modeling at the level of method calls Diagrams: Sequence, State Machine, Timing, and Interaction
2585 Design Patterns - efficient code reusability 21 hours The course will cover the design patterns. We provide design patterns trainings divided in two groups: Core patterns include (selected patterns from GoF package) some basic design patterns used throughout all modern applications and systems. They significantly increase productivity and decrease complexity of these applications introducing ready and checked ways to accomplish certain functionalities. Creational patterns: Builder Factory Prototype Singleton Structural patterns: Delegator Interface Facade Composite Immutable Adapter Decorator Activity patterns: Interpreter Command Template method Observer Proxy Java EE Patterns include (SUN Microsystems selected patterns). This selection of patterns helps to build and maintain complex and huge Java EE based projects. Following design patterns simplify design via introduction of multi-tier application design and well controlled responsibility flow. View tier patterns: Intercepting filter Front controller Application controller View helper Composite view Dispatcher view Business tier patterns: Business delegate Service locator Session facade Application service Business object Value object Integration tier patterns: Data Access Object Service activator Web service broker
287852 Software Engineering 35 hours Software Engineering starts where programming stops. In this course you will learn a solid foundation in Software Engineering. It builds a bridge from programming to solid engineering practices. The course gives you an overview of basic concepts and vocabulary typically used in the field. During the course, you will learn to use many techniques to plan, implement and validate software projects and to evaluate and improve development processes. Audience: This course is intended for software developers with various backgrounds who know at least one programming language. Day 1: Process Introduction What is Systems Engineering? What is Software Engineering? Why is Software Engineering difficult? System requirements System modeling Software Engineering Processes What is a Software Development Process? Traditional Processes Agile Processes Processes for building High-Integrity Systems Standards & certification systems High-Integrity Systems What are High-Integrity Systems? The role of QM culture Reasons for errors Critical systems standard Reliability engineering Software Maintenance Day 2: Planning Requirements User requirements Elicitation/analysis of user requirements System requirements Software requirements Specification of software Requirements process Tools to manage requirements Software Design Conways Law Design patterns Textual modeling tools Principles of OO design Design tools Common architectures Modeling Planning an architecture UML graphical representations Non-UML graphical representations Day 3: Code Software Construction How to take a design into code Programming best practices Abstraction of code Programming workflow Configuration Management What is Configuration Management? Configuration Management in ISO9000 and CMMI CASE tools for planning, design & QA CASE tools for writing software Version control with SVN System Integration Code for High-Integrity Systems Preventing errors Catching errors Reducing the impact of errors Typical problems with code for High-Integrity Systems Code quality metrics Code size metrics Code complexity metrics Non-code metrics Static analysis Day 4: Verification & Validation Reviews Fundamentals of VV Independent Verification & Validation Design and requirement reviews Code inspections Software Walkthroughs Audits Other V & V methods Testing High-Integrity Systems Documents regarding safety Scenarios Argumentation for safety Reviews of High-Integrity Systems Predicting reliability Formal methods Costs of V + V Automated Testing Why test? Automatic vs manual tests Incremental testing Types of tests Testing tools Test Harnesses Day 5: Management Project Management What is Project Management? Customer handover Standards (PMP, PRINCE2) Time management Cost management Risk management Project documentation Process Evaluation The function of process evaluation Acting on the metric Process metrics Process evaluation standards & frameworks (CMMI, ISO 9001, TickIt+) Process evaluation meetings Summary and Conclusions
287912 SOA Design using TOGAF, BPM and SoaML 21 hours Objective: Helping Business Analysts, architects and designers to understand how to efficiently specify and realize a Service Oriented Architecture on the basis of their business goals and align it to changing business and user requirements. This 3 day training course aims at helping business analysts, architects and designers to learn how to specify and realize a featured Service Oriented Architecture to better deal with changes on the business and user requirements (changing objectives, strategies, tactics, rules, user interactions,...) while capitalizing on the business capabilities. Introduction Pros and Cons of the current development methodologies to support the Business Agility, Objectives of the SOA, Connections between Business Architecture, TOGAF, BPM and SOA, Service Definition and Categories, Service Provider and Consumer Components, Service Contract, Metrics Data Transfer Objects vs. Persistence, Service orchestration, Role of the ESB, Top-Down and Bottom-Up approaches, The Layered Logical Architecture The TOGAF Reference Architecture for SOA, Structure and Typology of Services, Architecture Layers (business, functional, application, technique) in the SOA, Presentation of the main components by layer and traceabilities, Steps for aligning IT to changing business requirements, Business Layer Components of the business layer : objectives Traceability in the Business Modeling using BMM, BPMN and UML standards, From the business goals toward processes using Business Capabilities- the IBM's RUP for SOMA, Alignment of business processes and entities on the changing goals, Service Identification on the basis of Business Capabilities, Case Study : Refinement from the Business Vision toward Processes using goal-driven business capabilities, Language Structures of the BPMN : Good practices, Case Study : BPMN Modeling of the previous business process, From the Business to functional layer : Prepare the Architecture to deal with change using reusable and traceable components, Case Study : Elaborate the business architecture backbone of the Goal-Driven SOA, Functional Layer The role of the functional architecture, Service components of the functional layer : objectives Blocks of an urbanized functional architecture : (zone, square, block) Unit Business Services vs. Composite Services, Service Specification using SoaML « services points » and « request points », Identification and specification of use cases (UC) on the basis of services, Case Study : Complete the business architecture backbone of the Goal-Driven SOA using functional components, Invocation of service and UC components from business process actions, The role of the data transfer objects, Case Study : Propagate change from Business Goals till Components of the Functional Layer, From the functional to application layer, Application Layer Service components of the application layer Building application components on the basis of functional ones, The Business Process Execution Language, BPMN / BPEL Mapping, WebServices: Definition, Soap, WSDL, UDDI, standards XSD generation on the basis of Data Models, WSDL generation on the basis of Service Interfaces, Module and Component Assembly, Case Study : Design Application Use case and Service components on the basis of functional ones, ESB features in SOA, JBI, Services Mix and Integration Patterns, Case Study : Integrate use case and service behaviours into the architecture backbone. Horizontal Aspects QoS, Administration and Supervision, Business Activity Monitoring (BAM), Security and Performance, Agility using SOA Agility: factors and impact analysis, Refactoring, reuse and mutualization (advantages and constraints), Versioning, Governance by Objectives , Benefices of the Goal-Driven SOA, Agility : The Goal-Driven Structure of the SOA to support changes, From the business to IT system capitalizing on Business Objects and Capabilities, Impact of the Changes on Processes and Business Objects, Projection on the IT System : Services and Use Cases to be impacted by the changes, Description of the impact of changes on the Use case and Application Service Component behaviours, Integration of behaviours into the backbone of the Goal-Driven SOA and tests. Conclusion Agility and SOA : synthesis Overview on the steps of the Goal-Driven SOA, Traceability from the BMM's business model structures to IT structures to better deal with changes. Overview on the market products Open Source Products (Service Mix, Mule, Open ESB…), Commercial Products Notice: The above training-mentoring sessions are conducted interactively using Business and IT Modeling tools in order to ensure good level of traceability between business specifications and their execution. Concepts are first explained using basic examples and are then followed by solution drafts to your own problems. After this session, we can accompany you by reviewing and validating your solutions depending on your needs. Provided by GooBiz
1938 UML Analysis and Design 21 hours This course has been created for software architects, programmers, software developers, project managers, analysts and anyone interested in understanding analysis and designing in UML. The course shows how to analyse clients' needs, formalize them in UML diagrams, create a model and ultimately design the implementation of the software. This is a general course covering all aspects of UML. Please browse our catalogue to see more specific courses. This course uses the newest version of the standard (http://www.omg.org/spec/UML) and is taught by an OMG Certified UML Professional (OCUP) trainer. There are no specific tools for this course, each of the delegates can use their favourite tool. By default, Sparx Enterprise Architect is used. Introduction to Modelling Models and Modelling Idea of meta-modelling UML documentation Inheritance Analysis and Design Actors and Use Cases Class and Object Diagrams Classes, objects, types of relations Object and Class Relationships Association, Aggregation, Composition Inheritance Dependency Interaction Communication diagram Interaction overview diagram Sequence diagram Timing diagrams Activity Diagrams State Diagrams Packages Component and Deployment Workshop From Analysis to Implementation Introduction to design patterns
17 OCUP2 UML 2.5 Certification - Foundation Exam Preparation 21 hours OCUP2 Content Developer NobleProg has official OMG OCUP 2 Content Developer status, which means that our course outlines and training materials were developed by the same experts who prepared questions for OCUP 2 exams. Audience Developers, programmers, business analysts, project managers, software architects, testers, people responsible for documentation or anyone involved in the software development process. Objectives Prepares you to work with the most commonly encountered UML elements Teaches you how to create simple UML models Prepares you to be a member of a UML Development Team Why we model The Class Diagram Common Structure Type Dependency Namespace VisibilityKind (public, private, protected) MultiplicityElement Constraint Comment Simple Classifiers PrimitiveType DataType Enumeration EnumerationLiteral Interface InterfaceRealization Signal Reception Structured Classifiers Association Class Classification Generalization Feature Structural Feature Behavioral Feature Property Operation Parameter AggregationKind (Composition, Aggregation) Values LiteralBoolean LiteralInteger LiteralReal LiteralUnlimitedNatural LiteralNull LiteralString Opaque Expression The Object Diagram InstanceSpecification Slot The Package Diagram Packages Package PackageImport The Use Case Diagram Use Cases UseCase Actor Include The Activity Diagram Activities Activity ActivityFinalNode ActivityParameterNode ControlFlow InitialNode DecisionNode FlowFinalNode ForkNode JoinNode MergeNode ObjectFlow ObjectNode Actions Action CallBehaviorAction CallOperationAction, SendSignalAction AcceptEventAction Pin InputPin, OutputPin OpaqueAction The Sequence Diagram Interactions Interaction OccurrenceSpecification ExecutionSpecification ExecutionOccurrenceSpecification DestructionOccurrenceSpecification Lifeline Message MessageOccurrenceSpecification MessageSort MessageEnd Common Behavior CallEvent SignalEvent Trigger OpaqueBehavior The State Machine Diagram State Machines StateMachine State Transition Pseudostate: choice, junction, initial FinalState  
18 UML 2.0 Certification - Intermediate Exam Preparation 14 hours Audience: Developers, programmers, business analysts, project managers, software architects, testers, people responsible for documentation or anyone involved in the software development process. Objectives: Prepares you to work with a broad range of UML elements Teaches you how to create complex UML models Prepares you to become a qualified senior member of a UML Development Team. Composite Structure Diagrams (Actions, Ports, and Structured Classes) Internal structures Structured classifier Connectors Modelling ports Port Connector End Structured Classes Invocation Actions Invocation Action Trigger Component Diagrams Basic Components Component (without Packaging) Connector Realization Other Basic Component concepts Action Models Intermediate Action Invocation Actions Apply Actions Object Actions Structured Feature Actions Link Identification Read Link Actions Write Link Actions Variable Actions Other Intermediate Action concepts Activity Diagrams Object Nodes Controls Partitions Other Activity concepts Structured Activities Structured Activity Node Conditional Node Loop Node Other Structured Activity concepts Interaction Diagrams Interaction fragments Combined Fragments Gates Interaction Occurrence Other Fragment concepts State Machine Diagrams (Behavioural) Behaviour State Machines State and Finite State Pseudo State and Final State Transition Connection Point Reference State Machine Other Behaviour State Machine concepts One-region State Machines Region Deployment Diagrams (without Components) Artifacts and Nodes Artifacts Nodes Profiles Profile Extension Stereotype and metaclass Profile Application Other Profile concepts
19 UML 2.0 Certification - Advanced Exam Preparation 14 hours Audience: Developers, programmers, business analysts, project managers, software architects, testers, people responsible for documentation or anyone involved in the software development process. Objectives: Prepares you to work with a broad range of UML elements Teaches you how to create complex UML models Allows you become a qualified to be a senior member of a UML Development Team. Class Diagrams Association Classes Power Types Generalization set Power type Composite Structure Diagrams Collaborations Collaboration Collaboration Occurrence Component Diagrams Packaging Components Component (for Packaging Components) Actions Modelling Complete Actions Accept Event Actions Object Actions Link Identification Read Link Actions Write Link Actions Raise Exception Action Other Complete Component concepts Activity Diagrams Complete Activity Structures Elements Constraints Flows Object Nodes Data Stores Parameter Sets Control Nodes Interruptible Regions Other Complete Activity concepts Structured Nodes Structured Nodes Exceptions and Expansion Regions (Extra Structured Activities) Exceptions Expansion Regions Deployment Diagrams (with Components) Component Deployments Deployment Deployment Specification State Machine Diagrams (Protocol state machines) Protocol State Machines Protocol State Machine Constraints (In protocol state machine) Other Protocol State Machine concepts Miscellaneous Advanced Constructs Flow Diagrams Information Item Information Flow Physical System Model Templates Template Template Parameters Language Architecture UML language architecture UML 2.0 Language Architecture Infrastructure library Relationship to other MDA standards OCL within architecture Diagram interchange Object Constraint Language (OCL) OCL OCL Language Description Abstract Syntax Concrete Syntax Semantics Described using UML OCL Standard Library Use of OCL Expressions in UML Models Semantics Page Other OCL concepts

Upcoming Courses

CourseCourse DateCourse Price [Remote/Classroom]
Design Patterns - LisbonMon, 2015-08-24 09:30$2460 / $3360
UML Analysis and Design - KievTue, 2015-08-04 09:30$3610 / $4560
Design Patterns in C# - ZagrebMon, 2015-08-24 09:30$2440 / $3140
Introduction to Domain Driven Design - RigaWed, 2015-08-12 09:30$2460 / $3460
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