Agile methods are challenging conventional wisdom regarding systems development processes and practices; effectively putting process on a diet and investing in people and teams. This paper has a strong industry focus and will cover both the theory and practice of software engineering methods and how they have evolved since the mid-1900s.
Three 300 level Computer Science papers, including
COMP314 Software Engineering Project or
COMP315 Information Systems Development
COMP540 Software Engineering Methodologies
- Dr. Craig Taube-Schock
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