The course is now over for spring 2019. Congratulations to everybody for a fine set of projects.
This course is an introduction to the practical problems of specifying, designing, building, testing, and delivering reliable software systems. Special topics include professionalism, project management, and the legal framework for software development. As a central part of the course, student teams carry out projects for real clients, using concepts of agile software development. Each project includes all aspects of software development from a feasibility study to final delivery.
|Prerequisites:||Computer Science 2110 or equivalent experience programming in Java or C++. Sufficient maturity to design and code large programs and to learn new programming languages if the project requires it.|
|Grade options:||Letter or S/U|
Tuesday and Thursday, 2:55 to 4:10, Olin Hall 255.
The Monday evening class that was shown on the preliminary schedule will not take place. Projects can use this time for team meetings or can meet at other times by team agreement.
|Instructor:||William Arms, <email@example.com>
Department of Computer Science
Gates Hall 321
|Teaching Assistant:||Alison Cooper, <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
Tuesday, 1:00 to 2:30 or send email to schedule an appointment.
|Course Assistant:||Amy Elser, <email@example.com>|