can model 80 percent of most problems by using about 20 percent
of the UML."--
But which 20% was that again, please? More specifically, what
parts of the UML do I need to get from use cases to code?
ICONIX presents a simplified
approach to the UML. Developers can produce UML models with little
startup time, while maintaining traceability from user requirements
through detailed design and coding. This focus teaches a minimal,
but sufficient modeling process. The training combines the theory
of a use case driven object modeling process, an instructor-led
work session where object models and use case models will be started
for YOUR project, and hands-on laboratory sessions where company
personnel continue to refine the models which were started in
the work session. The tool of your choice is used, and the UML
notation is used for modeling. For more information on on-site
UML training email ICONIX.
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of Doug Rosenberg's articles on use-case-driven UML development
Read the book "Use Case Driven Object Modeling with UML, A Practical Approach", written by ICONIX president, Doug Rosenberg, and Kendall Scott to learn more about the ICONIX approach. The book provides an approach to UML modeling that includes diagrams and techniques you can use to get from use cases to code quickly and efficiently. In addition, the book examines proven methods for driving the object modeling process forward from use cases in a simple and straightforward manner.
"Applying Use Case Driven Object Modeling with UML" is a practical, hands-on guide to putting use case methods to work in real-world situations. This companion workbook to "Use Case Driven Object Modeling with UML" bridges the gap between the theory presented in the authors' first book, and the practical issues involved in the development of an internet/e-commerce application.
Mastering UML with Rational Rose and the ICONIX
is a CD-ROM tutorial detailing the company's streamlined approach
to UML modeling, using a core subset of fundamentally important
diagrams. Designed to get the user from use cases to code quickly
and efficiently, the ICONIX Process uses a minimal but sufficient
core subset of UML diagrams to help avoid analysis paralysis.
Also included on the tutorial are four examples from four different
industries which take the viewer through each part of the lifecycle,
one step at a time.
Rose for Power Users
In this CD-ROM tutorial, ICONIX President Doug Rosenberg teaches
how to optimize your project's usage of Rational Rose in support
of a use-case driven UML modeling process. Topics include an introduction
to use-case driven object modeling, scripting and other Rose extensibility
mechanisms, how to load custom stereotypes into Rose, and a variety
of productivity tips for using Rose more efficiently. This CD
also introduces the Objectory stereotypes for boundary, control
and entity objects, and explains why they will help your UML modeling
slides available for download!
To download a copy of Doug
Rosenberg's presentation "UML for e-Commerce,"
To download a copy of Doug
Rosenberg's presentation "Use Case Driven Object Modeling--A
99% Fat Free Approach," click here.
OO engineers with teaching experience needed.
in one or more of the following:
send resumes to: UMLtraining@iconixsw.com or fax to:
- Significant understanding of applying OO architecture and design
concepts, following a use-case driven approach to the UML.
- In-depth knowledge of object-oriented software architecture,
design, and development using various languages such as C++ and
- Knowledge of distributed client-server computing, including
CORBA and/or Microsoft COM/DCOM
- An understanding of the J2EE platform architecture, as well
as the design and development of enterprise applications using
the J2EE platform.
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