Syllabus - SOFTWARE ENGINEERING I CS 355 Spring 2008...

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1 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING I , CS 355; Spring 2008 Department of Computer Science, University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire Instructor : Paul J. Wagner, Associate Professor of Computer Science Office : Phillips 133, 715-836-5901, E-mail - [email protected] (messages: CS Dept. Office, Phillips 130, 715-836-2526) Office Hours : MWF: 9:30 – 10:30 A.M., T/Th: 1:30 – 2:30 PM, or by appointment, or when my office door is open Class Hours : M, W, F; 3:00 - 3:50 P.M. (Phillips 117) Final Exam : T 5/13/2008, 3:00 - 4:50 P.M. Text : Agile Development with ICONIX Process (Rosenberg, Stephens, and Collins-Cope (2005). Prerequisites: CS 365, or consent of instructor Software: Java (JDK 1.5/1.6), Eclipse 3.3, other tools (JUnit, Ant, SubVersion, others….) Class Web Page : https://www.cs.uwec.edu/~wagnerpj/priv/courses/cs355/Sp ring08 , (password protected) Email : Check it daily – will use the distribution lists often for updates/corrections/notices Objectives : To understand how to analyze, design and develop medium and large software systems. Approximate Content Allocation and Schedule Introduction, Overview ~2 weeks Planning, Management ~1 week Requirements ~1.5 weeks Analysis ~1.5 weeks Testing ~2 weeks Design ~4 weeks Implementation ~1 week
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Presentations ~1 week Enabling Technology ~1 week Required Work : Exams - 2 (midterm and final), strong focus on material covered during class and project work;
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