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We offer a variety of classes on object-oriented technologies and development processes. They are offered on your site and at a time convenient for you. All classes are customizable to meet your needs.

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HIPAA  
HIPAA Overview This one day course outlines the regulations and the process for assessing your current status and implementing the changes required to meet the regulations.
HIPAA Security Requirements This one day course covers the HIPAA security requirements and common implementations which meet the requirements, as well as background information on topics such as encryption and networks.  
UNIX / Linux and HIPAA Security This three day course covers security facets of UNIX / Linux and how these facets correspond to the HIPAA requirements. 
Process and Design  
Exploring User Requirements with Use Cases This one-day seminar presents the use-case approach to requirements elicitation in a practical and straightforward fashion.
In Search of Excellent Requirements This one to three day course explores dozens of tested methods that can help any organization improve the way it elicits, analyzes, documents, verifies, and manages software requirements.
Bring It All Together The five day class spans object-orientation from specification through implementation in the development of a class project.
Object-Oriented Analysis and Design Overview This one day class introduces managers, programmers, analysts, and quality assurers to object-oriented concepts.
Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with UML This three day course presents a step-by-step approach to object-oriented analysis and design. Object modeling, use-case, and responsibility-driven design are covered. This course can also be expanded to five days.
That's an Object, I Object This is a one day interactive exploration of object design. Alternative design scenarios are presented. Participants act as attorneys and jurists in determining the fate of the designs.
Extreme Programming (XP) Workshop This five day workshop immerses the student in Extreme Programming. The student experiences the twelve principles of XP by participating in them. 
C#  
C# and Microsoft .NET for Non-C Programmers This five day class introduces C# and its use within the .NET framework to the non-C programmer. 
C# and Microsoft .NET for C Programmers This four day class introduces C# and its use within the .NET framework to the C programmer.
C# and Microsoft .NET for C++ and Java Programmers This three day class introduces C# and its use within the .NET framework to the C++ or Java programmer.  
Web  
Web Services This one day class introduces the main features of web services, including discovery, lookup, and invocation.
XML and Web Services These three day course covers creating and reading XML documents.
Java  
Java for C Programmers The four day class introduces the C programmer to Java, describes how Java can be used to write applications and applets, and covers the object oriented aspects of the language.
Java for C++ Programmers  The three day class introduces the C++ programmer to Java, describes how Java can be used to write applications and applets, and covers the object oriented aspects of the language.
Java for Non-C Programmers The five day class introduces the non-C programmer to Java, describes how Java can be used to write applications and applets, and covers the object oriented aspects of the language.
Advanced Java The three day class describes the advanced features of Java including threads and network communication. This class assumes the student has taken one of the Java language courses.
C++ / Visual C++  
C++ and Object-oriented Design for C Programmers The five day class introduces the C programmer to the C++ language, using C++ to write better C, and covers in depth the object oriented aspects of the language. 
C++ for Non-C Programmers The five day class transitions the participants into C++, builds upon experience in other procedural languages, and introduces the unique features of C++. 
Microsoft Visual C++ and MFC  The five day class introduces the programmer to Microsoft Visual C++ and its use in creating Microsoft Windows programs. 
C++ and Visual C++ for C Programmers The five day class transitions the C programer into C++ and Microsoft Visual C++, using C++ to write better C, and using Visual C++ to create Microsoft Windows programs. 
C  
C Language for Programmers The five day class transitions the participants into C, builds upon experience in other procedural languages, and covers the unique features of C. 
C Language for COBOL Programmers The five day class transitions the participants into C by building upon their experience in COBOL.
Advanced C  The three day class builds upon the student's knowledge of C. It covers the use of pointers and data structures.
UNIX  
UNIX / Linux for Users The three day class covers the UNIX operating system from a user's perspective. 
UNIX / Linux for Programmers The five day class covers programming UNIX with both system calls and shell programming. 
UNIX / Linux Intranet and Internet Security The three day class covers the tools and techniques to make your system secure. 

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