Applications are best developed using a thorough Analysis and Design methodology. Object Oriented systems are now modeled using the Unified Modeling Language (UML). Solid Relational databaes are the result of careful data modeling and normalization. Our courses teach a disciplined approach to thinking through the issues and using the appropriate modeling tools to create and document the design.

Roadmap to Success

Application Development Course Map

 

Analysis, Design, and Modeling

Object Oriented Concepts (1 day)
Students learn the basic concepts of Object Oriented thinking and how to apply objects to typical .
Data Modeling (2 days)
Course covers Entity-Relationship Modeling, Normalization, De-normalization, and Data Flow diagramming.
UML and Java Programming (3 days)
Participants use UML constructs to model and support a Java system's Object-Oriented Design.
Web Technology Overview (2 Days)
Managers, business professionals, and technical people are expoxed at a high-level to the concepts and tools of web technology including: TCP/IP, HTTP, HTML, CSS, XML, and others. Comparisons of available technologies including Microsoft .NET, Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE), and their associated languages and tools will illustrate the respective strengths and weaknesses.
Business Analyst Fundamentals (1 Day)
This course provides Business Analyst foundation skills and methods used to effectively and efficiently meet organizational objectives. Through a series of individual and team exercises students will build Business Analysis skills.
Business Analyst Training – Management Overview (2 Hours)
Provides managers of Business Analysts insight into the roles and responsibilities of Business Analysts. This session highlights Business Analyst training courses includine techniques and tools used by Business Analysts to ensure that enterprise systems and structures provide desired business value.
Requirements Definition for Business Analysts (3 Days)
Proper elicitation and identification of requirements is a key task of Business Analysts. Requirements must accurately document the needs of stakeholders clearly and concisely. Students will learn and practice accepted elicitation techniques then create requirements documents to accurately describe stakeholder needs.
Business Analyst Modeling Techniques (3 Days)
Students will use several modeling techniques to communicate business issues with stakeholders in a series of exercises.