three-day seminar provides in-depth, hands-on coverage of developing and
documenting model-based functional requirements as part of a Model-Driven
Architecture (MDA) software development approach. The software requirements are
documented using a subset of the Unified Modeling Language (UML) instead of in
a Natural Language like English. Model-based requirements are more complete,
concise, less ambiguous than Natural Language requirements 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 Design, explains how to complete
the MDA process and create code that satisfies these requirements.
All of our public classes are held at the Construx Training Center.