Course Outline for SOLID Training

What is SOLID?

SOLID principles are the design principles that enable us to manage with most of the software design problems. Robert C. Martin compiled these principles in the 1990s. These principles provide us ways to move from tightly coupled code and little encapsulation to the desired results of loosely coupled and encapsulated real needs of a business properly.



  • 1.1 What is SOLID?
  • 1.2 SRP (Single responsibility principle)
  • 1.3 Open closed principle
  • 1.4 LSP (Liskov substitution principle)
  • 1.5 ISP (Interface Segregation principle)
  • 1.6 Dependency inversion principle