Lecture1 - CS 5150 Software Engineering Lecture 1 Introduction to Software Engineering CS 5150 1 About the Course Web site

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CS 5150 1 CS 5150 Software Engineering Lecture 1 Introduction to Software Engineering
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CS 5150 2 About the Course Web site: www.cs.cornell.edu/Courses/cs5150/2009fa/ Instructor: William Arms, [email protected] Teaching assistant: Alex Fix, [email protected] Assistant: Corinne Russell, [email protected] This course does not use CMS
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CS 5150 3 Course Administration Email To contact members of the course team, send email to: both [email protected] and [email protected] The Teaching Assistant does not have office hours, but you can schedule an appointment by email.
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CS 5150 4 Software Engineering is a collaborative activity. You are encouraged to work together, but . .. Some tasks may require individual work. Always give credit to your sources and collaborators. Good professional practice: To make use of the expertise of others and to build on previous work, with proper attribution . Unethical and academic plagiarism: To use the efforts of others without attribution . See: Code of Academic Integrity on the course Web site, which points to the Cornell code.
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CS 5150 5 Professional Responsibility Organizations put trust in software developers: Competence: Software that does not work effectively can destroy an organization. Confidentiality: Software developers and systems administrators may have access to highly confidential information (e.g., trade secrets, personal data). Legal environment: Software exists in a complex legal environment (e.g., intellectual property, obscenity). Acceptable use and misuse: Computer abuse can paralyze an organization (e.g., the Internet worm).
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CS 5150 6 About the Course Syllabus For the schedule of lectures, assignments, and tests, see the Syllabus file on the course Web site. (Note that this syllabus may change as the course progresses.) Monday evening This time is for project team meetings. You may choose to meet at other times, but each project should have at least one regular weekly meeting. The four tests are held on Monday evenings.
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CS 5150 7 About the Course Readings: There is no course textbook. See the Books and Readings file on the Web site. Wikipedia is often a good source for information about methods of software engineering but. .. beware articles that emphasize the current fashions
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CS 5150 8 Lectures and Tests Lectures and Tests The slides are outlines of the lecture material. You will need to take additional notes during class. Tests are on the material covered in the lectures,
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This note was uploaded on 10/09/2009 for the course COM S 5150 taught by Professor Arms during the Fall '09 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Lecture1 - CS 5150 Software Engineering Lecture 1 Introduction to Software Engineering CS 5150 1 About the Course Web site

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