Redesigning the Intermediate Course in Software Design
Learning to design software ahead of directly constructing it is a significant hurdle in a Software Engineering education. Our University has run a course in software design for second-year undergraduate students since 1994. We describe the evaluation and improvement of the course as it evolved from 2000 to 2003, from a focus on reverse engineering to forward design, to add design patterns and associated programming tasks, then has redefined its objectives and re-aligned the assessment tasks...[Show more]
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