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Are you in the right course? Are you in the right course? Software Engineering 477 Software and Systems Project Management January 5, 2012 SE 477: Lecture 1 1 of 66
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SE 477 SE 477 Software and Systems Project Management Software and Systems Project Management Dennis Mumaugh, Instructor [email protected] Office: CDM, Room 432 Office Hours: Thursday, 4:00 – 5:30 January 5, 2012 SE 477: Lecture 1 2 of 66
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Administrivia: Introductions Administrivia: Introductions Dennis Mumaugh Undergraduate: BSEE - University of California, Berkeley MS Computer Science - University of Maryland Ph.D. Studies - University of Maryland Teaching at DePaul since September 2000 Work Senior Engineer - National Security Agency ARPANet Pioneer, Unix  Pioneer and Technology Transfer,  Member of the Technical Staff - Bell Labs/Lucent Technologies Unix Development - Current Engineering IS&R Systems - Knowledge Base Systems Software Tools and OO Technology Interests Operating Systems and System Programming Software Productivity, Compilers and Software Metrics Software Engineering January 5, 2012 SE 477: Lecture 1 3 of 66
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Administrivia: contact details Administrivia: contact details Contact Information: Email: [email protected] Phone: 630-983-1221 (10:00 am - 11:00 pm) except just before class (After 3pm) Office Hours Thursday 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm, CDM, Room 432 By arrangement January 5, 2012 SE 477: Lecture 1 4 of 66
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Administrivia: Basic Information Administrivia: Basic Information Class home page http://condor.depaul.edu/~dmumaugh/classes/SE477W12/ , contains syllabus and schedule, lecture notes, homework, more reading material About the Lecture Notes - look at “notes” section of the slides Also look at the expanded readings page: http://condor.depaul.edu/~dmumaugh/readings/SE477readings.html Course On-line: Course materials, assignments, assignment submissions, assignment solutions, and grades will be available on the Course On Line (COL) site – https://col.cdm.depaul.edu/ COL now provides the ability to download a podcast of the lecture Desire2Learn Examinations and quizzes will be given on Desire2learn – https://d2l.cdm.depaul.edu/ January 5, 2012 SE 477: Lecture 1 5 of 66
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Administrivia: communications Administrivia: communications Email All students are expected to have a email address. Please make sure it is valid and make sure Campus Connection has the current email address. Course mailing list: [email protected] To subscribe to the list or unsubscribe from it, go to http://mailman.depaul.edu/mailman/listinfo/se477 . » I’ll bulk subscribe on Wednesday. If necessary, update your spam filter to accept messages from the mailing list. Unless your message is personal, send it to the course mailing list!
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