|Course:||Introduction to Software Engineering|
|(Autumn Semester 2016)|
|Professor:||Oscar Nierstrasz, Mohammad Ghafari, Dr.|
|Assistants:||Haidar Osman, Claudio Corrodi, Manuel Leuenberger|
|Place:||Engehaldenstrasse 8, 001|
|Start:||Sept. 21, 2016|
|End:||Dec. 21, 2015|
|Exam:||Thu. Jan. 12, 2017 @ 10h00-12h00, ExWi A6|
This course is intended for Bachelors students in the third semester studying a major or minor in Computer Science. The goal of this course is to provide an introduction to the key concepts of Software Engineering.
The course will focus on the use of agile software processes, object-oriented methods, UML and other industrial best practices to successful completion of software projects. The follow themes will be explored: How can you effectively determine and agree on what a customers really needs? How can you ensure that the software product being developed will satisfy non-functional requirements, such as user-friendliness, robustness,reliability and extensibility? How do you plan a software project and manage a project developed in a team? What tools are available to help support you in a software project?
The exercises for the course will consist of a small software project to be developed by the students in teams over the course of the semester.
|1||21-Sep-16||Introduction: The Software Lifecycle|
|4||12-Oct-16||Guest lecture: Agile Practices in Industry (Ralph Jocham)|
|5||19-Oct-16||Modeling Objects and Classes|
|7||02-Nov-16||Guest lecture: Software Testing (Manuel Oriol)|
|8||09-Nov-16||User Interface Design|
|12||07-Dec-16||Guest lecture: Project Management (Jan Hornwall)|
|Guest lecture: Software Architecture in practice (Erwann Wernli)|
|14||21-Dec-16||Guest lecture: SE in practice —|
|Automated Testing and Continuous Delivery (Marc Hofer)|
|15||12-Jan-17||Final Exam: ExWi A6 @ 10h00-12h00|