Objects & Components Demystified

2 Day Course
Code OCD

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The course aims to demystify Object Orientation and explain the how's and why's in a simple, clear manner. By the end of the course, delegates should be able to describe the main concepts of Object Orientation, the components of Object Technology as well as the advantages and dangers related to the adoption of OT.


Upon completion they will be able to:

  •  Identify Objects from a problem description.
  •  Interpret and improve a class diagram.
  •  Describe the Principal OO techniques.
  •  Decide if OO is relevant to an application.
  •  Define the steps of OO analysis and design.
  •  List the effects of introducing OO into an IT department.

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Back to the Future: The History of the Object

The Hallmarks of an Object

Basic Elements of Object Technology (7 topics)

  • The Inversion of the Natural Order
  • Encapsulation and Information Hiding
  • Messages
  • Classes
  • Strong Typing and Early Binding
  • Polymorphism
  • Inheritance

OO Methods (2 topics)

  • The Early Methods
  • The OO Development Cycle

The UML (Unified Modelling Language) (7 topics)

  • Objects
  • Associations
  • Aggregations
  • Conformance and Class Hierarchy
  • Inheritance and Class Hierarchy
  • Events and State Transitions
  • Object Interaction Diagrams

Object Technology Adoption (10 topics)

  • Why Go OO
  • The Benefits of OT
  • Large Scale Organisation
  • Malleability
  • Robustness and Reliability
  • Reuse
  • The State of OT
  • The OO Programming Languages
  • Introducing OT
  • The future

Components (2 topics)

  • Objects versus Components
  • The Component Technologies


A knowledge of the fundamentals of IT is assumed.

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