Developing Use Cases
Use cases and process models are two of the most powerful and important tools in business analysis. A use case describes in text the requirements a stakeholder group has for a system and how the system will behave to meet those needs. A process model visually describes the actions, objects, and relationships acted upon in the system. Together, these two tools—words and pictures—provide a foundation for teams to communicate and build easy-to-use, high-performing systems more efficiently than teams who don’t use these tools.
Students will learn how use cases are identified during requirements gathering, and how actors are used to initiate use cases.
Object Oriented Programming or equivalent experience. Basic computer skills and a familiarity with Windows-based applications are also a must.
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for analysts, software engineers, application experts, and technical project managers.
Upon successful completion of the course, participants will be able to:
• Understand the key elements of use cases
• Understand stakeholders, design scope and scenarios
• Develop a use case style guide with action steps and suggested formats
• Use an extensive list of time-saving use case writing tips
• Develop a helpful presentation of use case templates
• Develop a proven methodology for taking advantage of use cases
- The use case as a contract for behavior
- Three named goal levels
- Preconditions, triggers, and guarantees
- Scenarios and steps
- Linking use cases
- Formats to choose from
- Use cases in the overall process
Currently not scheduled. If you would like this scheduled, please contact (216) 687-6957.
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