Learning Unified Modeling Language (UML): From Zero to Hero

This practical course will teach you how to apply UML to real world development projects.

Unified Modeling Language (UML) makes it possible to describe systems with words and pictures. It can be used to model a variety of systems: software systems, business systems, or any other system. Unified Modeling Language (UML) has been the industry standard for visualizing, specifying, constructing, and documenting the artifacts of a software-intensive system. Most courses about UML describe it almost in its entirety. Inevitably you’re left with only a superficial knowledge of the range of UML elements, without a deep and intuitive understanding of how to apply UML as a whole to real world design problems.

What you’ll learn

  • Modeling Software & Common Features.
  • Learning Basic Notation Of Class Diagrams.
  • UML Attributes & Operations.
  • Learn About UML Associations.
  • UML Composition & Aggregation.
  • UML Generalization & Specialization.

Course Content

  • Welcome –> 11 lectures • 1hr 50min.

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Requirements

  • A PC or Mac.
  • Internet Access.

Unified Modeling Language (UML) makes it possible to describe systems with words and pictures. It can be used to model a variety of systems: software systems, business systems, or any other system. Unified Modeling Language (UML) has been the industry standard for visualizing, specifying, constructing, and documenting the artifacts of a software-intensive system. Most courses about UML describe it almost in its entirety. Inevitably you’re left with only a superficial knowledge of the range of UML elements, without a deep and intuitive understanding of how to apply UML as a whole to real world design problems.

Starting with an overview of the UML, the course explains the language gradually by introducing a few concepts and notations in each lecture. It also illustrates the application of the UML to complex modeling problems across a variety of application domains. This course doesn’t set out to cover all of UML, but instead pulls together those parts of UML with immediate practical relevance and presents them as part of a coherent process for using UML in your actual development projects.

The course can be used in two ways: it can be used through as a thorough grounding in how UML really works in practice; in addition it can be used as stand alone guide to that particular aspect of your own project. Both result in an intuitive understanding of how to actually use UML.

With this course, you will quickly get up to speed on the latest features of the industry standard modeling language and be able to apply them to your next software project.