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Software Reuse and Integration Professional VN

Learning Objectives

By the end of the course participants should:

  • Understand how developing software for reuse impacts application developers
  • Understand how developing software for reuse is different than developing software in general
  • Understand how programming language features facilitate or hinders software reuse
  • Understand the role that a software architecture plays in developing software for reuse
  • Gain hands‐on experience in developing software for reuse, or reusing software



Training Contents

Module 1: Introduction to Software Reuse

  • What reuse is and what it is not?
  • The benefits and limitations for asset reuse
  • What artifacts can be reused?
  • The difference between application and domain engineering reuse
  • The tradeoffs between white-box and black-box reuse
  • The critical aspects of a software reuse program
  • The difference in State of the Art and State of the Practice in Reuse Management, Reuse Techniques, Initiatives
  • The Organizational, Technical, and Economic aspects of Software Reuse

Module 2: Software Reuse Program

  • The infrastructure that must be in place for a systematic software reuse program.
  • The support services differ for software reuse from general application development environments
  • The barriers to establishing a reuse program
  • Implementing a reuse program with small steps
  • What makes a software asset reusable?
  • Acquiring a reusable asset
  • The challenge of finding the right separation of components
  • The issues that affect the domain engineering life cycle

Module 3: Domain Analysis

  • What domain engineering is?
  • The activities involved in finding reusable components
  • The issues that a domain analysis method must address
  • What a domain is, and what abstraction is with respect to domain analysis
  • Some of the heuristics used to determine the fixed and variable parts of components

Module 4: Reuse Code

  • Three programming paradigms: Procedural or Functional, Logic, Object Oriented
  • Mechanisms of Object Oriented programming that enhance reusability
  • Overloading and generosity contributes to reusable code
  • Subtyping and sub-classing facilitate software reuse

Module 5: Reusable Architectural Frameworks.

  • Architectures are objects of reuse
  • Architectures lend to reuse
  • Develop reusable architectural frameworks
  • Java RMI provides the infrastructure to develop reuse frameworks

Module 6: Component Storage and Retrieval

  • Introduction to software libraries
  • Software libraries play for successful deployment of software reuse
  • Characteristics of software libraries
  • Issues that arise in the design and deployment of software libraries
  • Challenges of integrating components

Module 7: Software Reuse Metrics

  • Basic software engineering metrics
  • The three parts of component engineering metrics: Concept, Content, Context
  • Application reuse metrics
  • Domain engineering metrics
  • Organizational metrics
  • Various major reuse metric and economic models
  • Limitations of these models
  • Critical ideas behind a metrics program

Module 8: Component-Based Software Engineering (CBSE)

  • What is Component-Based Software Development?
  • What does component mean in the context of CBSD?
  • The “component model” in CBSD
  • The technical and business issues associated with CBSD

Module 9: Product Line Engineering

  • What is the Product Line Engineering (PLE)?
  • Product Line Engineering fits within software reuse
  • PLE vs CBSD
  • SYNTHESIS, a Product Line Engineering methodology

Module 10: COTS Based Development

  • What is COTS Based Development?
  • COTS Based Development vs CBSD
  • Limitations and challenges to COTS Based Development
  • The economic incentives to COTS Based Development
  • Verification and Validation in COTS Based Development
Target Audience

This course is intended for those as below:

  • Software Engineer
  • Designer
  • Developer
  • Software Architect
  • Technical Lead
  • Project Manager
  • Product Line Manager
  • Software Engineering Manager
Key Highlights

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  • CUSTOMISED: Our tailor-made solutions are in line with your business goals, drawing on best practices and proven approaches
  • RESULT-ORIENTED: Our primary objective is the enhancement of business results through continuous evaluation for maintaining focus and accountability
  • COST-EFFECTIVE: Our customized and simple solutions are highly cost-effective
  • TARGETED: We use a combination of approaches and techniques to meet the objectives of our individual clients and organizational needs
  • PROCESS-ORIENTED: Our training programs are process focused, not process bound. We apply standard tools for process streamlining
  • IMPROVEMENT FOCUSED: Our techniques involve robust evaluation, open and honest communication and on-going process upgrading for continuous improvement.
  • IMPACTFUL: Our experts leverage powerful solutions that can deliver the right impetus to your business





















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Perceived by Participants
  • Mr. Tran Van Son

    Solution Consulting; Project Manager at Cadena Vietnam Co. Ltd. The business analysis training course in practice helped me learned the way to elicit the requirement effective, mission of a business analyst professional, the value of this guy promote the customer satisfaction. It also helped me know how to develop optimal solutions suitable context of each customer, how to communicate with relevant stakeholders to get their commitment and carry out more values to customer. Thanks for professional service, Apex Global teams and trainer

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    Technical Manager at Hoang Vi Corp. After training course completed, I realized that the majority of small and medium businesses in Vietnam was not applied ITIL or did not understood about the concept of service. The guideline from training course help make it be sorted, be arranged place and right area. And when need, we just lost a little time to found it. Still 3 short days but helped us "professional" in mind, as well as how to communicate with other departments in the company to make the service better.

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    BA Lead - Senior Consultant - TMA Solutions

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