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We are scheduling another series of online classes for UML with Enterprise Architect (EA) at the end of June.

Depending on your learning needs, choose from: The 1-day Quickstart, 2-day UML intensive, or the 3-day UML comprehensive. Please see full public announcements and links below for dates and registration information.


Enterprise Architect (EA) QuickStart

Online Course
1-day Instructor-led, Hands-on course
Uses Enterprise Architect (EA) v.10

Most modelers who try to learn enterprise modeling on their own get "startled"!
Instead, our expert training leaders will quickly get you "started" with solid, grounded basics of modeling, with Enterprise Architect (EA) from Sparx Systems.

What you will LEARN

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What you will GET
  • 1 day of modular expert-led training
  • Bonus 2-hour module of **EA Extras**
  • 15-day Access to your class' recorded training modules
  • Certificate of Completion upon request
  • Solution EA project file
  • Learning materials
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The Unified Modeling Language (UML) 2day Intensive

Online Course
2-dayInstructor-led, Hands-on course
Uses Enterprise Architect (EA) v.10

This intensive course is appropriate for model developers seeking to learn UML using Enterprise Architect (EA) from Sparx Systems. Our expert instructors will help you thoroughly learn and establish solid grounding with best practices in language and tool.

What you will LEARN

REGISTER NOW

What you will GET
  • 2 days of modular expert-led training
  • Bonus 2-hour module of **EA Extras**
  • 15-day Access to your class' recorded training modules
  • Certificate of Completion upon request
  • Solution EA project file
  • Learning materials
 
 
 

The Unified Modeling Language (UML) 3day Comprehensive

Online Course
3-dayInstructor-led, Hands-on course
Uses Enterprise Architect (EA) v.10

This comprehensive course is appropriate for model developers seeking to learn UML using Enterprise Architect (EA) from Sparx Systems. Our expert instructors will help you thoroughly learn and establish solid grounding with best practices in language and tool.

What you will LEARN

REGISTER NOW

What you will GET
  • 3 days of modular expert-led training
  • 15-day Access to your class' recorded training modules
  • Certificate of Completion upon request
  • Solution EA project file
  • Learning materials


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Published in News
Friday, 22 July 2011 00:00

Design Driven Testing for Systems

Design Driven Testing (DDT) for software was first outlined in the book Use Case Driven Object Modeling with UML: Theory and Practice (by Doug Rosenberg and Matt Stephens), and then described in detail in Design Driven Testing: Test Smarter, Not Harder by the same authors.

DDT is a highly methodical approach to testing, allowing you to know when you’ve finished – i.e. when you’ve written enough tests to cover the design and the requirements. It helps you to “zoom in” and write algorithmic tests to cover intensive or mission‐critical sections of code, and to know when it’s safe to “zoom out” and write fewer tests for boilerplate or less critical code.
In this Article, Doug extends the concept of DDT for hardware/software systems, allowing SysML‐based designs to be tested in a highly rigorous, systematic way. It’s still Design Driven Testing, but now the design elements that need to be tested include all of the “four pillars of SysML”, whereas DDT for software focuses on testing behavior.

DDT Systems

Published in White Papers
Monday, 11 October 2010 00:00

SysML Modelling Language explained

This article introduces the OMG SysML modelling language, dedicated to complex systems combining software and hardware realisations. SysML, adopted in 2006 by the Object Management Group, provides a vocabulary suitable to Systems Engineering e.g. by modelling Blocks instead of classes. SysML uses a subset of UML2 and defines its own extensions, making it a smaller language that is easier to learn and apply.

Abstract:

UML, the standard modelling language used in the field of software engineering, has been tailored to define a modelling language for systems: SysML or Systems Modeling Language.

This article is intended to provide a non-exhaustive presentation of SysML including some background about Systems Engineering and SysML, and a review of each SysML diagram and modelling techniques.

The article "SysML Modelling Language explained" is available from the following PDF document (size: 747 KB).

Published in White Papers
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