The Professional Java series will help software developers move beyond basic training. By guiding each student through three (3) distinct design & delivery exercises, the programmer will take his or her first step into the realm of professional software definition, as well as delivery.
The hour long video lecture is complemented by both a requirement specification (known as the Training Requirement Specification, or "TRS"), as well as set of hands-on lab exercises. By the end of this training, the student will have an understanding of the most commonly used design diagram types, design patterns, terms, requirement gathering techniques, as well as a classically iterative, or "agile," research & design-delivery process.
Review Lab 1 concepts before covering thread synchornization & the next set of threaded design requirments & operations.
Continue the review of the concpets and requirement to be completed in the next lab exercise.
Discover the difference between Processes & Threads while reviewing basic use cases, sequence diagrams, and other expectation-management artifacts.
Review how the OpStop Framework's requirements look in the final analysiss. Enjoy the discussion of a related set of concepts & diagrams before competing the final lab exercise.
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