Advanced Object Oriented Analysis of Hard Problems using UML
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Learn how I have helped international businesses as well as my own startups for soon 20 years to reshape blurry, vague and often contradicting ideas into crystal clear businesses, products, and software systems! Getting your concepts straight and visualised for scrutiny, early on, in any development effort is often what makes the difference between success and failure.
In this course you will learn everything of value about the special technique of object–oriented conceptual modelling that I have successfully employed in hundreds of workshops with business and software people, always with great success. In conjunction of being one of the most essential activities in the first steps in any software analysis and design endeavour, conceptual modelling could also be used on an everyday basis as a means of communicating more clear, acquiring knowledge faster and catalyst creative thinking.
The conceptual modelling technique using UML (Unified Modelling Lanugage), also called domain modelling or concept mapping, taught in this course gives you a very thorough understanding on the foundations of object–oriented class modelling. I have for 20 years professionally developed object–oriented systems and for more than 5 years I worked in a small team together with some of the founding fathers (including Ivar Jacobson) of UML and Object Oriented Design (OOD), where we developed tools for Software Architects and Analysts.
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Nnouka Stephen –
Meets my expectation
Jack Owens –
Best Udemy course I have ever taken. Highly recommend!
Fevzi B –
This is very frustrating course. You’re not going to learn UML and you’re going to get some theoretical and repetitive mumbo jambo about the advantages of visual models. I wanted to return it (my first in Udemy), but I was out of the return window.
Zoltan Pellei –
The content seems to be ok so far, I will update the review on that later. But the intro music is 10s at the start of each video. That is annoying after the third time… 2s would be enough (opinion)
Athanasios KARAGEORGIADIS –
Topics are nicely presented and explained, still I believe it is rather extensive
Nash Forbes –
Hi Per, I feel that this course would be better if seperated into 2 seperate courses, one dedicated fully for the philosophical aspects and the other part dedicated and focused solely on the practices of UML. I didn’t feel fully engaged until I started Section 6 which applied more to what I was looking for. Namely practical techniques for proper UML modelling and analysis. I also feel that maybe you could add a more gentle and gradated the UML modeling exercises more finely i.e. easy > medium > hard > Expert. To me it felt like the exercises jumped from easy to hard with nothing in between, but that’s just my perception. Anyways I learned quite a bit from your course and the course definitely had some nuggets of golden knowledge which I will immediately put to use. I had several Ah ha! Moments when reviewing the notations used for the Modeling/structuring. And also the difference between a model and diagram, which I use to take for granted. Also I’m starting to think that maybe when modeling objects that there should be a maximum of 7 objects at a time on the screen (just my personal rule of thumb). Any more than that and the extra objects should be automatically made a composite object or a package. To prevent visual / information overload to the audience.
Good match, however too few simple examples to cover such complicated philosophical nuances.
Sridhar Tharumadurai –
Very thoughtful and mindful of elaborating
Rian Dorfling –
Very exciting and informative! Very good background information
Damian Coxon –
Yes, this was a very good match for me and has helped in my professional role.