EN 605.709.31 Seminar in Software Engineering L1: Introduction to Class and Topic F ebruary 1, 2011. Spring 2011 - JHU APL – K1 Tuesdays 7:20 – 10:00 PM February 1, 2011 – May 10, 2011. Today’s Agenda. Review Background and expectations Lecture SDLC in Context Class Discussion Topics
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Spring 2011 - JHU APL – K1
Tuesdays 7:20 – 10:00 PM
February 1, 2011 – May 10, 2011
This course examines the underlying concepts and latest topics in software engineering. Potential topics include use of Open Source, effective software development techniques such as agile methods, automated code generation, testing strategies, development tools and environments, patterns, metrics in the development process, successful teamwork, and training aspects of CMMI. Each student will select and report on a software engineering topic, do independent topic research, and prepare a paper describing a major software engineering issue. The course is taught using a seminar format in which significant portions of the class period are set aside for students to lead and actively participate in discussions.