Feedback after attending the course: you must attend! Seeing how and why Francesco makes software design decisions is super helpful in improving how you make your decisions!
Why objects? How to choose them? What advantages can we expect from them?
In this course, Francesco Cirillo will show you how to choose and apply objects in order to make your software system simpler and to give your clients an opportunity to change requirements at any time.
Learn with Francesco Cirillo how to develop your software design skills, eliminate doubts and acquire new points of view about software design in order to make the construction of your software system effective and enjoyable.
A complete training programme led by Francesco Cirillo to improve your software design skills.
More than 30 years of experience at your disposal to develop your software design skills.
Intensive highly-interactive course for no more than 4 to 6 participants (live online version). During the course, the trainer will give participants the instruments - concepts, processes, practices and or tools - to improve their productivity by applying the Pomodoro® Technique. At the end of the course, the trainer will give a series of assignments and exercises to enable participants to practice what they have learned.
This course can be offered live online, onsite in your company and in-house in our offices. Private tuition and large-group discounts are also available.
Who is it for
This course is aimed at individuals, professionals and team members interested in improving their productivity.
This course is the first part of our Pomodoro® Training Program.
No previous knowledge is needed. Much passion is required!
|Programme||Software Design Explained||This course belongs to this training programme|
|Certification||Software Design Level 1 Certification Programme||This course gives for this certification programme|
|Package||Software Design Company Package||This course belongs to this training package|
Francesco has worked at the forefront of the software industry for more than 30 years.
In a career spanning startups, corporations and freelance consulting, he has mentored thousands of professionals, developers, managers and software teams.
In the 1990s he worked as a Senior Consultant and Mentor for Sun Microsystem, expert in Software Architectures and Software Development Processes and Java and Object-Oriented Evangelist.
Francesco is one of the pioneers of agile methods. He started working on XP and TDD in 1999. He was chosen by Kent Beck as reviewer of the second edition of the book Extreme Programming Explained.
He created the Anti IF Campaign in 2007 to raise awareness in the international community of developers to apply good design principles.
Francesco has been developing RRP, a new method of software development, since 2008.
He has been running the Software Design Training Programme since 2019.
Francesco created the Pomodoro® Technique, a renowned time-management tool used by millions of people all over the world, while a university student looking for a way to get more done in less time.
The Pomodoro® Technique book is not included in the price of this course and should be purchased separately. You can buy it here.
Discounts for groups of four or more are possible.
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