TDDB62 Software engineering
The student will learn about different process models for effective software development. The different steps in the software development process will also be presented. The student will also gain experience using commercial tools for software development.
Course information is available.
Some programming experience in an object oriented programming language. Basic knowledge of data structures and algorithms.
Course responsible and examiner:
- Pfleeger, S. L. and Atlee, J. M. Software Engineering Theory and Practice 3rd edition, Pearson Education International, ISBN 0-13-198461-6. (Recommended)
- Pfleeger, S. L. Software Engineering Theory and Practice 2nd edition, Prentice Hall, ISBN 0-13-029049-1.
Lectures: 16 h
Laboratory work: 30 h
Page responsible: Martin Fransson
Last updated: 2006-08-17