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JA1509 Exploring Design Patterns
 
 
Duration 2 Days
Delivery Method Instructor Led, Hands-on workshops
Public Price $1125.00


DESCRIPTION (Return to Top)

This course explores proven real-world techniques to meet the biggest challenge in the software development community - building quality systems which fulfill your requirements, and delivering them on time. The focus of the course is to give you the practical skills that are most critical in building well designed software systems. It is extremely hands-on and applied, as well as giving you the formal knowledge you need to be fully conversant in this important area.

This course explores the most common object-oriented design patterns (Gang of Four) and how to use these patterns to develop solid, robust and reusable software development applications.

The course covers the patterns in the three core areas: Creational, Structural, Behavioral.

This course is hands-on with design projects and programming labs. Course examples in the slides are geared towards Java. There are also several projects interlaced in the course, in addition to coding labs.



OBJECTIVES (Return to Top)
  • Explore and understand basic Design Pattern concepts
  • Use Design Patterns effectively to build robust, well designed, reusable systems
  • Be familiar with the GOF Patterns
  • Creational: Abstract Factory - (full), Factory Method - (full), Singleton - (full), Builder - (brief), Prototype - (brief)
  • Structural: Composite - (full), Adapter - (full), Proxy - (full), Bridge - (brief), Facade - (brief), Decorator - (brief)
  • Behavioral: Observer - (full), Strategy - (full), Iterator - (full), Visitor - (short), Interpreter - (short), Chain of Command - (short), Command - (short), Mediator - (short), State - (short)


TOPICS (Return to Top)
  • I. Introduction to Design Patterns
  • II. Design Patterns: A More Formal Approach
  • III. Moving Deeper into Patterns
  • IV. Exploring Other Patterns