All About UML
Saturday, April 28, 2001
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sarnoff Corporation Auditorium, Princeton, NJ
Cost: $90 (Princeton ACM/IEEE-CS members), $100 (non-members)
The Unified Modeling Language (UML) has, for the first time, provided an industry standard “blueprinting” mechanism for software engineers. UML was accepted by the Object Modeling Group as a standard in November of 1997. Since then, it has become the defacto diagramming mechanism for requirements analysis, business object modeling, and software design. The standardization on a single graphical model has enabled CASE tool vendors to focus on UML, with significant improvements in CASE tool capabilities in the area of automatic code generation and simulation. Not only has UML seen widespread acceptance by business analysts and software engineers, but the stability of a single accepted standard has allowed the emergence of specialized extensions, for example for business modeling and Java software design.
This seminar provides an introduction to UML as used across the software lifecycle from requirements analysis through testing and maintenance. Using real-world illustrations, the course includes the following topics:
This seminar is geared toward professionals who are involved with the software lifecycle: managers, requirements analysts, developers, or testers. Business analysts who are interested in using UML for modeling will also find the course interesting. No formal knowledge of programming is required, but the material will be easier to comprehend if the student has a prior working knowledge an object-oriented language such as C++, Java, Smalltalk, or Visual Basic.
Brian Berenbach (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a Senior Member of the Technical Staff at the Siemens Corporate Research Center in Princeton. He has an M.Sc. from Emory University and has done additional work towards his Ph.D. at the New York Polytechnic Institute. He has been working with object technology since 1981 (before the term “object” was used), and he has designed many object based industrial software products. Brian has given numerous seminars on object technology, including a recent series of seminars on UML for the U.S. Army.
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The registration fee includes the seminar course notes, lunch, and morning and afternoon coffee breaks. Confirmed registrants will be notified by mail, provided registration is received at least one week before the seminar.
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