Open Source/Software Architecture


Software Architecture Certification Training Course Overview

Software architecture is a high level structure of a software system, the discipline of building such structures, and the documentation of these structures. This Architecture Methodologies course will help you learn how the architecture business cycle influences software architecture and software architects. This course will help you learn how to communicate design decisions, structure work breakdowns, and create software product lines. This course will let you apply lightweight approach to document your software and how to identify risks with risk-storming.


Software Architecture (24 Hours) Download Course Contents

Live Virtual Classroom (Instructor-Led)

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9 AM - 5 PM (Flexible Time Slots for 4 hours option)




May
8 Hours/Day
03-05
09-11
10-12
17-19
03-10
09-15
10-17
17-24
June
8 Hours/Day
07-09
13-15
14-16
21-23
07-14
13-19
14-21
21-28
July
8 Hours/Day
05-07
11-13
12-14
05-12
11-17
12-19
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Course Prerequisites

Basic Knowledge of Visual Studio



Upon Completion of this Course, you will accomplish following:-

  • Learn Microsoft’s Modeling Strategy
  • Understand Model-Driven Development
  • Understand Domain-Specific Languages
  • Create a Layer for a Single Artifact
  • Add Multiple Objects to a Layer Diagram
  • Generate Code from a UML Class Diagram
  • Create the First Dependency Graph
  • Create a Dependency Graph without Architecture Explorer
  • Navigate Through Your Dependency Graph
  • Validate the Layer Diagram

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