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Object-Oriented (OO) languages allow the creation of modules called objects that contain not only data but also the operations that can be performed on that data. An object might be a database connection, a customer account, or just about anything that a programmer wishes to create.
Well written object oriented code is flexible, easier to maintain, and survives changes that are forced upon a software system. Well known languages that support the object-oriented definition include Java, C++, C#.
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Student Price: $200.00In this 5-day course students learn how to use Object-Oriented techniques to analyze real-world requirements and to design solutions that are ready to code. Learn More
Student Price: $25.00Using Object Technology in any size project brings organization and formalization to the process of designing and building the project. Implementing OO technology in the early stages of the design process increases flexibility, reusability, and understanding across all of the teams and plans for the life of the project. This 1/2 day course gives managers that are considering the use of this model for their next project the why, what, and how - the benefits to their project, the terminology, and other considerations in using this model. Instructor kit includes an email with instructions to download presentation slides. Learn More
Student Price: $40.00In this 1-day course you will learn the features, advantages, and techniques of using the object-oriented paradigm for software development. Through presentation and discussions you will get an overview of the object-oriented approach as it applies to methodology, analysis and design, coding, and developing distributed applications. Learn More
Student Price: $80.00In this 2-day course, students learn how to identify and design objects, classes, and their relationships to each other, which includes links, associations, and inheritance. A strong emphasis is placed on diagram notation for use cases, class and object representation, links and associations, and object messages. This course utilizes UML 2.0 notation. Learn More