Having a good set of requirements is not enough to have a design. During the functional analysis phase, the purpose and the boundaries of the system are defined. This produces a general design that gets the approval of the user. The next step is the transformation of this general design to a functional design. For a small application the functional analysis and the detailed functional design can be combined; but for bigger projects the two aspects are distinct and will be separated.
In this 3-day course you learn how to make a functional detailed design, starting from a global design or set of requirements. This facilitates the making of a technical design, which may even be superfluous in some environments.
No public sessions are currently scheduled. We will be pleased to set up an on-site course or to schedule an extra public session (in case of a sufficient number of candidates). Interested? Please contact ABIS.
This training is meant for IT professionals with design experience, who are used to work in a project environment.
Experience in an existing IT environment as application builder; or having experience as a functional analyst.
- What is the value of a functional design
- What are the components of a functional design
- Communication inside and outside the project concerning the design
- Data model
- Process model
- Model case
- Use of UML and other methods and techniques
Classroom training with interactive exercises. The participants work in small groups on a model case. Classroom training with interactive exercises. The participants work in small groups on a model case.
Stevense Professional Trainers.
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