This exclusive training program will teach students the basic concepts of the object-oriented paradigm using the Unified Modeling Language (UML). Students will be introduced to concepts such as abstraction, polymorphism and encapsulation, and will learn how to use these concepts in object-oriented software development.
This short course will help attendees understand what classes, attributes and methods are, and how they can be used to build software.The course will introduce the basics of the UML and demonstrate how to build several UML diagrams required for software development.
Students will receive hands-on training using UML software, and several diagrams will be built to demonstrate the capabilities of UML for software development.
The course provides 14 hours of training and instruction, and a Certificate of Completion will be provided upon conclusion. Enrollment is limited, so register early to secure a seat in the course.
Participants should be interested in or actively involved in using the Object-Oriented Modeling and Unified Modeling Language (UML) for program design. Those employed in the following occupations would greatly benefit by participating in this course:
Dr. Petraq Papajorgji is a member of the Software Group at the Information Technologies Office at the University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. He has more than 20 years of experience in developing software, and has been a software consultant with IBM, Florida Power & Light and SSI International. He has been part of a group that has organized several similar short courses internationally in a number of countries including Brazil, Greece and Mexico. His expertise is in modeling using UML and the object-oriented paradigm. For more information about Dr. Papajorgji, visit his home page at: http://petraq.ifas.ufl.edu
This course will be held on campus in the University of Florida’s Distance Education Learning Center located on the first floor of McCarty Hall D, Room #G001. A map with detailed directions and a UF parking permit will be mailed to you upon receipt of your registration.
This short course provides 14 instructional hours for those seeking continued education training units in their profession. A Certificate of Completion is provided upon conclusion of the course.
Registration Fee --COURSE CANCELLED
All figures are presented in US dollars ($).
What Does the Fee Include?
The full registration fee includes instructional materials on CDROM, and a laptop will be provided for each group of two participants. Participants are on their own for all meals. Enrollment in this course is limited to the first 20 participants, and registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.
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Requests for registration refunds will be honored if the Office of Conferences and Institutes receives written notification on or before February 15, 2005. A $125.00 processing fee will be deducted from all refunds. Sorry, no refunds will be honored for cancellations after February 15, 2005.
Participants with special needs can be reasonably accommodated by contacting the Office of Conferences & Institutes at least 10 working days prior to the conference. We can be reached by phone at 1-352-392- 5930, by fax at 1-352-392-9734, or by calling 1-800-955-8771 (TDD), within the state of Florida.
Wednesday & Thursday, March 2 & 3, 2005
Several hotel and motel establishments are available in the Gainesville area to provide guest room accommodations throughout the course. Participants are responsible for making their own hotel guest room reservations, and a list of properties and applicable guest room rates will be sent to you upon confirmation of your registration.
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