|William F. Nazzaro is the Principal Consultant of Nazzaro & Associates, a Philadelphia-based consultancy dedicated to the highest-quality delivery of training and project mentoring. With over 20 years of industry experience, he has provided unparalleled services in use case training, use case modeling and requirements capture, project mentoring, application architectural review and assessment, and technical curriculum development and delivery. His pragmatic emphasis on project execution and process improvement has benefited major health-care, human resources, insurance, and stock market organizations (clients) where he has enabled the transformation of their corporate development processes and development teams of diverse skill-levels. His accessible and down-to-earth speaking style has brought him to numerous speaking venues where he has provided in-depth talks on use case modeling and object technology. His courseware in use case skills, and object-oriented analysis and design, are considered “best of breed”, and his training materials and services have been licensed by many major training providers. He has extensive background in project management, and has successfully lead teams on multi-million dollar projects to provide the highest-quality technical solutions in the most efficient and effective manner.|
Masters of Science, Computer Science - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York
Bachelor of Science, Computer Science - University of Scranton, Pennsylvania
Business Process Management Method and System - Patent Pending
Database & Client/Server World, SPIN, Independent Computer Consultants Association (ICCA), SD Best Practices, Software Development Expo, Software World USA, and UML & Design World.
Visit some of our presentations
How to Be Successful with Object-Oriented Software Engineering, The Computer Channel, 1995.
Software engineering applies engineering-like techniques and discipline to the process of software development. Object-Oriented Software Engineering is becoming more critical as systems and applications become more distributed. The objective of this program is to provide an introduction to Object-Oriented Software Engineering and the principles associated with its success. The program focuses on building format methods for specifying and verifying the object using dynamic and functional models of object-oriented software.
The program also reviews the disciplines required to achieve success and explains how to establish a functional model and transform it into practical methods.
Object Technology: A Reality Check, The Computer Channel, 1995.
Object-oriented technology is being sold as a cure-all by some, and attacked as a sham by others. In reality, however, the truth lies somewhere in between. This program provides a reality-check on where we are with object technology, what we can expect over the next few years, what benefits organizations can reasonably expect to achieve with object technology, and what they need to do to reap those benefits.
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