Course

Introduction to object-oriented programming and UML

You will learn the basic concepts and terms of object-oriented software development and Unified Modeling Language (UML).

Basic 2,3 Hours German
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Description

You will learn the basic concepts and terms of object-oriented software development and Unified Modeling Language (UML). The seminar shows the use of UML for modeling object-oriented software systems in the early process phases of analysis and design. Java serves as an example of a modern OO programming language. In practical exercises, you will create UML diagrams for the visualization of object-oriented fundamentals such as classes, objects, abstraction, data encapsulation, inheritance and relationships through to polymorphism.- Basics of object orientation: Differentiation between structured and object-oriented programming, classes and objects, association, aggregation, composition, encapsulation, inheritance, abstract classes, polymorphism, message exchange, design pattern
- UML notations: class diagrams, association, aggregation, composition, sequence and collaboration diagrams, use cases, activity diagrams
- Process model (analysis and design): requirements analysis, application architecture, business class identification/modelling, component design

Aim

- You know the basic concepts and terms of software development and UML and are able to visualize your software project using UML diagrams.

Participant requirements

Basic knowledge of a procedural programming language

Participants

Programmers and software developers who preferably develop Java in an object-oriented programming language and have basic knowledge of UML.
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