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CS427: Software Engineering. Personnel. Ralph Johnson Danny Dig Alexandre Kofov Mayssam Sayyadian Shadi Ashnai. Texts. Hamlet and Maybe, “The Engineering of Software: A Technical Guide for the Individual” Martin Fowler, Kendall Scott, “UML Distilled”

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personnel
Personnel
  • Ralph Johnson
  • Danny Dig
  • Alexandre Kofov
  • Mayssam Sayyadian
  • Shadi Ashnai
texts
Texts
  • Hamlet and Maybe, “The Engineering of Software: A Technical Guide for the Individual”
  • Martin Fowler, Kendall Scott, “UML Distilled”
  • Alistair Cockburn, “Writing Effective Use Cases”
what is s e
What is S.E.?
  • Not a process!
  • The establishment and use of sound engineering principles in order to obtain economically software that is reliable and works efficiently on real machines.
  • The application of a systematic, disciplined, quantifiable approach to the development, operation, and maintenance of software.
developing software
Developing Software
  • Product
    • CS423, CS426
  • Process
    • CS225, CS427
activities in the process
Activities in the process
  • 427
    • requirements, architecture, design, management
  • 428
    • metrics, configuration management, testing, debugging, reverse engineering
axis of variability
Axis of variability
  • Size
  • How humans interact with it
  • Requirements stability/knowledge
  • Need for reliability
  • Need for security
  • Portability
  • Cost
microsoft word
Microsoft Word
  • Size: large
  • Interactiveness: high
  • Requirements: frequent new features
  • Reliability: moderate
  • Security: low
  • Portability: high
  • Cost: high
space shuttle software
Space shuttle software
  • Size: large
  • Interactiveness: low
  • Requirements: stable
  • Reliability: very high
  • Security: low
  • Portability: low
  • Cost: high
ebay software
eBay software
  • Size: moderate
  • Interactiveness: high
  • Requirements: frequent new features
  • Reliability: moderate
  • Security: high
  • Portability: low
  • Cost: low
software process
Software Process
  • Pressman: a framework for the tasks that are required to build high-quality software.
  • IEEE 1074: a set of activities performed towards a specific purpose
  • Johnson: the steps a particular group follows to develop software
ieee 1074
IEEE 1074
  • Project Management
    • project initiation
    • project monitoring and control
    • software quality management
  • Development
    • requirements
    • design
    • implementation
ieee 10741
IEEE 1074
  • Post-development
    • installation
    • operation and support
    • maintenance
    • retirement
  • Integral processes
    • verification and validation
    • software configuration management
    • documentation development
defined processes
Defined processes
  • Rational Unified Process
    • OO
    • Incremental
    • Commercial, popular
  • eXtreme Programming
    • Used mostly by OO developers, not OO
    • Incremental
    • Counterculture, popular
more books
More books

The Rational Unified Process: An Introduction by Philippe Kruchten

eXtreme Programming Explained by Kent Beck

lots of papers
Lots of papers!
  • Classics
  • Latest ideas
  • Lots of easy reading
  • The books and papers WILL be on the exams.
purpose of course
Purpose of course
  • Be able to follow your project’s process
  • Be able to improve your process
  • Be able to choose the right process for your project
project
Project

Group project - 8 people

Various topics

Opportunity to practice

Need to start thinking about projects now

See http://wiki.cs.uiuc.edu/SEcourse/ Homework+1

next rup
Next: RUP

Read chapter 1 of Hamlet and Maybe.

Scan first 80 pages of Kruchten if you have it, or spend a few hours at

http://www-136.ibm.com/developerworks/ rational/products/rup/

Especially

http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/ rational/library/409.html