Agile SW Engineering Track

These courses provide you with the skills required to become a Master SW Engineer.

  • The Agile Modeling courses set the stage, by teaching how to effectively model using the UML, how to capture requirements and create a flexible SW design.
  • The Agile Architecting courses build on modeling skills and focus on crafting the architecture in an agile approach.
  • The Tools and C++ courses are of a more technical nature and focus on effectively using modeling tools and C++ for system development.

Participate at our next public Seminar on SW Design Best Practices on the 22.02.2018!

Contact us if you want to run an in-house course or want more information.

Agile Incremental Modeling with UML

This 5-7 day training combines Agile development practices with formal model driven development, empowering teams to incrementally capture requirements, analyze, design and talk about flexible system architectures.

You will learn:

  • How to define detailed system requirements trough use cases
  • The relation between user stories and use cases
  • How to propose a detailed OO, implementation independent solution to those requirements using class, sequence and state chart diagrams.
  • How to organize your solution in packages.
  • How to craft a layered, component based architecture that maximizes maintainability, re-use and extensibility of the resulting code.
  • A well defined process that seamlessly translates requirements into a flexible layered, component based architecture.

View the full syllabus of the course in Agile Incremental Modeling with UML.

SW Design Best Practices

As "Uncle Bob" said: "The Agile world has forgotten well defined SW Engineering practices of the past". This 1 day seminar teaches how Agile practices and model based SW Engineering can co-exist.

You will learn:

  • Foundational concepts of the model driven SW Engineering approach.
  • How to evaluate the dependencies in order to reduce the entropy.
  • How to model and initialize components and use design patterns to speedily extend core functionality with HMI and MMI.

View the full syllabus of seminar in SW Design Best Practices.

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