A i have completed all the work plans so far b i have

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A. I have completed all the work plans so far. B. I have completed all the work plans so far except for a few programming exercises. C. I have done only part of each work plan. D. I am behind on doing the work plans. E. I have done nothing on the work plans except go to some of the lectures, tutorials, and labs. W. M. Farmer and S. Smith ENG 1D04 Fall 2010: 09 Classes 6/17
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Review 1. Software development models. 2. Software engineering. 3. Software testing. W. M. Farmer and S. Smith ENG 1D04 Fall 2010: 09 Classes 7/17
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Who is David Parnas? (i > clicker) Have you heard of David Parnas? A. Yes. B. No. W. M. Farmer and S. Smith ENG 1D04 Fall 2010: 09 Classes 8/17
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David Parnas (born 1941) Professor Emeritus, McMaster University. One of the pioneers of software development. Developed the ideas of modular design and information hiding . Advocate of precise documentation including Parnas tables . Advocate of software development as an engineering discipline. Designed McMaster’s undergraduate program in Software Engineering. One of the most recognized researchers in the Faculty of Engineering. Extra Study 15: David Parnas’s writings. W. M. Farmer and S. Smith ENG 1D04 Fall 2010: 09 Classes 9/17
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Review of Objects An object is a mutable, active value that combines data and operations . An object’s data is a set of variables called fields . The fields define the object’s state , the set of information that is stored in the object. An object’s operations is a set of functions called methods .
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