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Software Engineering Lab Week 2 Exercises 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5 and MS Project 12.10.2015 1
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Exercise 1.2 What is the most important difference between generic software product development and custom software development? What might this mean in practice for users of generic software products? 12.10.2015 2
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Exercise 1.3 What are the four important attributes that all professional software should have? Suggest four other attributes that may sometimes be significant. 12.10.2015 3
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Exercise 1.4 Apart from the challenges of heterogeneity, business and social change and trust and security,
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Unformatted text preview: identify other problems and challenges that software engineering is likely to face in the 21st century (hint: think about the environment). 12.10.2015 4 Exercise 1.5 Based on your own knowledge of some of the application types discussed in section 1.1.2, explain, with examples, why different application types require specialized software engineering techniques to support their design and development. 12.10.2015 5 MS PROJECT MS PROJECT DEMO 12.10.2015 6...
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