June 4, 1998
Contact: Beth Fox (615) 322-NEWS
Vanderbilt to present seminars on object-oriented technology
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Department of Computer Science at Vanderbilt University will present a seminar on object-oriented analysis and object-oriented design led by Stephen R. Schach, associate professor of computer science and computer engineering. The seminar will focus on UML (Unified Modeling Language), the industry standard for object-oriented analysis and design, and Java, one of the most widely used object-oriented programming languages.
The two-part seminar, to be held June 16 and 18, is aimed at software developers, technical managers, project leaders, programmers, software engineers, systems analysts and designers and those who procure, develop or maintain software products.
The topics to be discussed include an overview of object-oriented technology, object-oriented analysis using UML, object-oriented design using UML, the power of Java and the object-oriented life cycle.
Schach is a software engineering consultant with more than 25 years of computer experience. He gives seminars worldwide on CASE, the object-oriented paradigm, software reuse and software metrics. Since 1979 he has taught software engineering topics to a wide variety of client companies, including IBM, Hewlett-Packard and NEC. Schach has published more than 90 refereed technical papers in areas such as CASE, software engineering, software testing, software maintenance and the object-oriented paradigm.
The four-hour seminar, which costs $75, will be given as two two-hour lecture discussions, on Tuesday, June 16, and Thursday, June 18 from 4 to 6 p.m. Registration will be limited to 40 participants on a first-come, first-served basis.
For more information or to register, please visit the seminar's Web site at http://www.vuse.vanderbilt.edu/~srs/oo-seminars, call (615) 322-2924 or e-mail email@example.com.
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