Object Technology will play a major role in development of applications in the years to come. However, a number of aspects must first be mastered to gain full benefit of the technology. This course will develop three related but somewhat independent topics. On the first day: object technology management, second day: library construction, and third day: Object Analysis and Design.
Aim of the course: provide guidelines about project management to make full use of the object technology and to help manage the transition to object developmentpresent the key issues in making object technology a success, namely the development of good libraries and finally provide an introduction to the seamless development of object-oriented systems, based on the Business Object Notation (BON method).
Topics: Team organisation, the O-O lifecycle, the role of reuse, the role of non O-O languages, managing the transition, lessons learned; success criteria for a good library, library consistency, how to define the classes in the library and how to organize and retrieve them, description of BON, static and dynamic models, sets of deliverables, iterative software development and reusability.
The fee for the seminars is SFr. 650 for one day, SFr. 1100 for 2 days and SFr.1500 for the three days. Prices include copies of the course transparencies and other material (including a detailed bibliography), the book corresponding to the chosen seminar (one for each day as noted above under "documentation"), lunches and refreshments.
Academic discounts are available.
Jacqueline Dousson, SIC-Assistance
article paru dans du 24 janvier 1995