Java case study - Java SE
After having followed all the courses of the Java SE track (see Java core track - Java SE), participants can exercise all the elements of an OO application in an integrated project.
In this case study, you will learn:
- to analyse a complete application and to define it into components, using the UML techniques;
- to implement these components in the Java SE environment by means of Java;
- to solve problems independently.
No public sessions are currently scheduled. We will be pleased to set up an on-site course or to schedule an extra public session (in case of a sufficient number of candidates). Interested? Please contact ABIS.
This case study is designed for Java application developers who will learn to build a complete OO project in a Java SE environment.
In this case study, the knowledge and experience obtained during the Java SE core track (first part of the Java track - see Java core track - Java SE) is required. The content of these courses is required as background.
In this case study, all the aspects of an OO application will be treated in detail; the design and set-up of this application in a Java SE environment are explained. To this end, we regularly explore the possibilities of UML to model and structure the application. This exploration is based on the course OO analysis and design with UML.
A reporting system and/or a time registration system will be created. The application architecture is based on three layers: user interface, application logic and data access. The necessary data will be gathered and formatted in order to present the requested information
The participants will work in a team guided by a coach. The different stages of the project will be elaborated independently by the delegates.
an ABIS instructor.
Enrollees for this training also took the following courses:
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