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1.264 Lecture 1 Course introduction Software process
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Course outline Lecture Tuesday-Thursday 1-2:30pm Recitation Tuesday 4-5pm or Wednesday 3-4pm Staff: George Kocur Loai Naamani Darris Hupp Office hours George Kocur Thu 2:30-3:30pm or by appt TAs See MIT Server ; may vary by week No prerequisite; familiarity with PCs, Windows, Word assumed Grading: 10 homework sets (40%) Midterm (22%) Final exam (25%) Recitation participation/attendance (5%) Active learning (8%) Bring your laptop to class starting with lecture 5: exercises. Work with partner or by yourself
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Topics Software development: rapid development methods Develop, configure or manage software Data modeling and databases Ensure correctness of data; allow sharing, flexibility Web development HTTP, XHTML, CSS, XML, Java, .NET, security. Integration Middleware System interfaces, connections between databases and applications: XML, EDI, WSDL, SOAP, Security Encryption, certificates, SSL, implementation Communications networks and hardware Technologies, protocols, standards: data, video, voice
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Homework (project) Work in teams of two (1 and 3 allowed by exception) Choose your partner this week. Ask TA to match you if you don’t find a partner. Build a set of systems for a chemical distributor First cycle of ‘spiral model’ of software development Take 3 months to specify, design, prototype and assess And learn about all these technologies After this first cycle, you could then build an operational system Even your prototype would almost be ok for a very small scale operation
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Homework 1. Software process case studies 2. Requirements narrative 3. UML models (Visual Paradigm) 4. Data model (Visual Paradigm) 5. Database (MS SQL Server) 6. Web
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