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Ceg 463 - Personal Software Development Process
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Department and CEG 463 Course Number Course Title Personal Software Development Process Course Coordinat or Total Credits BS CE N A BS CS Elective This document was prepared by Prabhaker Mateti Robert Rea 4 Date May 12 2005 Catalog Description Discusses software development as it relates to the individual to software process management to design and code reviews to software quality management and to design and design verification The students will develop 7 software projects Prerequisite CS 463 Text Books 1 Humphrey A Discipline for Software Engineering 1995 Addison Wesley ISBN 0 201 54610 8 Home Page www cs wright edu rrea 463 html News Group The news group for this course in incorporated into the Web CT web distribution service provided by Wright State University Course Goals The student should have learned the following 1 How to make accurate software development plans 2 How to estimate the accuracy of the plans 3 How to track their performance against plan 4 How to use defect management 5 How to utilize design and code reviews design templates and process analysis 6 How use a defined and measured personal software development process Prerequisites by Topic 1 Fluency in a programming language that supports linked lists 2 Data structures linked lists Major Topics Covered in the Course 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Baseline Personal Process Chap 1 and 2 Planning Process Measuring Software Size Chap 3 and 4 Planning Process Estimating Software Size Chap 5 Planning Process Resource and Schedule Estimating Chap 6 Measurements in the Personal Software Process Chap 7 Design and Code Reviews Chap 8 Software Quality Management Chap 9 Scaling up the Personal Software Process Chap 11 Defining and Using the Software Process Chap 13 and 14 Class Laboratory Schedule Each week has two lectures of 75 minutes each There is no scheduled lab Students are expected to work in open labs for no less than 2 hours a week Laboratory Projects Students are required to submit 7 projects for this course



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