Who is this class for: This course is primarily for learners with beginner level of object-oriented programming experience in Java, that are interested in software engineering through the application of design principles, patterns, and architectures, to create reusable, flexible and testable software applications and systems.


Created by:  University of Alberta

  • Kenny Wong

    Taught by:  Kenny Wong, Associate Professor

    Computing Science, Faculty of Science
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LevelIntermediate
CommitmentFour weeks of study, 5-8 hours/week
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How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 of 51 ratings

Great for new programmers and as refresher course for seasoned developers!

Не очень подробно раскрыты некоторые темы, например про conceptual и technical design, state diagram, но в целом полезно познакомиться с android платформой и открыть новые грани ОО архитектуры.

The course is awesome. Now I really understand an UML diagram e know how to build one. The only part that needs improvement is the capstone project, too heavily based on Android development, so you will work a little more than expected to concluded it

It a really useful course to review OOD principles and UML design concepts. The course is full of practical examples and the UML diagrams in the assignments help you put in practice what is reviewed in the videos. The final capstone though, is too focused on coding and for people who don't have previous experience with android development, it could end up being too complicated. Anyways, it's something to have in mind but in general terms, the course was a positive experience.