two-day seminar provides in-depth, hands-on coverage of developing and
documenting software designs from model-based functional requirements as part
of a Model-Driven Architecture (MDA) software development approach. The
software design is documented using a subset of the Unified Modeling Language
(UML). Model-based designs are more complete, concise, less ambiguous than
typical designs and lead to developing higher quality software with less cost
and shorter schedules. No prior knowledge of object-oriented development,
UML, or MDA is required. A companion seminar, Model-Based Requirements, explains how
to start the MDA process and create the model-based requirements that feed
into this design. The MBR seminar or previous knowledge of how to read MBR specifications is a pre-requisite for MBD.
All of our public classes are held at the Construx Training Center.