Seminars & Workshops
This course presents the principles of traditional structured analysis and design for specifying the requirements and design of software systems. Students learn how to construct a logical (or essential) model of a proposed software system. Students then learn how to transition into a physical (or implementation) model which specifies how the required computer programs are to be constructed. This course is based on industry-standard techniques.
Structured Analysis & Design may be presented as a one-day management overview, a three-day seminar or a five-day workshop. Seminars and Workshops incorporate hands-on exercises and work-sessions. Workshops may incorporate a client's application as a case study.
Structured Analysis & Design techniques have been used by the software development community for over twenty years. They have a proven track record. In a five-year study, one of the most comprehensive studies of software development environments ever undertaken, a Japanese research team found that structured analysis & design techniques "can be mastered and memorized very easily." The study found these techniques to be the most effective of those evaluated. (IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, Vol. 19, No. 5.)
This course is intended for systems analysts, software designers and programmers and project management personnel.
Seminars and Workshops incorporate hands-on exercises and worksessions. A Publishing Management System is used as an in-depth case study. Workshops may incorporate client's application as a case study.
Lecture with worksessions.
Overview 1 Day
Seminar 3 Days
Workshop 5 Days
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