Students organise themselves into and work in small groups throughout the paper. They will contribute to all aspects of building a medium-sized piece of software: developing requirements and specification; designing the system structure and user-interface; carrying out documentation, implementation and maintenance. This work is complemented by lectures which cover these items and also introduce other important software engineering ideas.
Students who successfully complete this paper should be able to:
- Work with a client to understand their domain and apply technology to solve a problem in that domain
- Communicate that problem and their solution clearly, to both a technical and a non-technical audience
- Use a systematic and disciplined process to analyse, design, build and test their software solution
- Understand how to work in a software development team
- Understand the importance of regular reflection to improve their work practices and processes
COMP204 Object Oriented Program Design or
COMP242 Software Engineering Process
COMP315 Information Systems Development
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Test Driven Development (TDD) Album from Industrial Logic. This online text is available from Industrial Logic. Please note, we have organised a special discount for students in this course, please see Moodle for further details.
Internal assessment/final examination ratio 1:0
An overall mark of 50% is required for a pass. All assessment items listed in the table above are compulsory assessment items.
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