Software Engineering Education [electronic resource] : SEI Conference 1989 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, July 18–21, 1989 Proceedings / edited by Norman E. Gibbs.

By: Gibbs, Norman E [editor.]Contributor(s): SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 376Publisher: New York, NY : Springer New York, 1989Description: IX, 312 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780387347912Subject(s): Computer science | Software engineering | Computer Science | Software EngineeringAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 005.1 LOC classification: QA76.758Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Teaching maintenance using large software artifacts -- Project work in software maintenance education -- Improving software maintenance skills in an industrial environment -- An onsite education program for software quality -- The Rockwell Software Process Training Program -- Data structures, algorithms, and software engineering -- Teaching software maintenance -- A proposal for a Bachelor's degree program in software engineering -- Holistic case study approach to Ada based software engineering training -- Academic/industrial collaboration in project manager education -- The Rockwell Avionics Group Software Engineering Training Program -- Teaching object-oriented programming using the Macintosh MPW/MacApp environment -- A personal computer environment for realtime programming -- Exploratory studies of the software testing methods used by novice programmers -- Improving user manuals in software engineering education -- Panel on software engineering ethics -- SEI report on graduate software engineering education -- Programming and its relation to computer science education and software engineering education -- Software engineering is Not computer science -- Anticipating the evolution of undergraduate software engineering curricula -- A separate undergraduate software engineering curriculum considered harmful -- Is the time right for an undergraduate software engineering degree? -- Software engineering as part of an undergraduate computer science program -- Questions in planning undergraduate software engineering -- Undergraduate software engineering education: Prospects and opportunities -- Position statement software engineering undergraduate education -- Developing an undergraduate software engineering curriculum within an existing computer science program -- Software engineering in a BS in computer science -- Integrating software engineering into an undergraduate computer science curriculum.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: This volume is a record of two events held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania as part of the SEI Software Engineering Education and Training Week in July 18-21, 1989. The first section includes 15 refereed papers presented at the Third SEI Conference on Software Engineering Education and the SEI Education Program's annual revised report on Master Software Engineering curriculum recommendations. The second part contains unrefereed position papers submitted by participants in the SEI Workshop on an Undergraduate Software Engineering Curriculum. The annual SEI Conference on Software Engineering Education brings together educators from universities, industry and government to discuss problems and issues of mutual interest. Its goals are to stimulate new educational approaches, to provide a forum for discussions of mutual problems, and to evaluate promising new ideas. The topics of the papers are industry issues and programs, teaching software maintenance, undergraduate software engineering education and related topics.
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Teaching maintenance using large software artifacts -- Project work in software maintenance education -- Improving software maintenance skills in an industrial environment -- An onsite education program for software quality -- The Rockwell Software Process Training Program -- Data structures, algorithms, and software engineering -- Teaching software maintenance -- A proposal for a Bachelor's degree program in software engineering -- Holistic case study approach to Ada based software engineering training -- Academic/industrial collaboration in project manager education -- The Rockwell Avionics Group Software Engineering Training Program -- Teaching object-oriented programming using the Macintosh MPW/MacApp environment -- A personal computer environment for realtime programming -- Exploratory studies of the software testing methods used by novice programmers -- Improving user manuals in software engineering education -- Panel on software engineering ethics -- SEI report on graduate software engineering education -- Programming and its relation to computer science education and software engineering education -- Software engineering is Not computer science -- Anticipating the evolution of undergraduate software engineering curricula -- A separate undergraduate software engineering curriculum considered harmful -- Is the time right for an undergraduate software engineering degree? -- Software engineering as part of an undergraduate computer science program -- Questions in planning undergraduate software engineering -- Undergraduate software engineering education: Prospects and opportunities -- Position statement software engineering undergraduate education -- Developing an undergraduate software engineering curriculum within an existing computer science program -- Software engineering in a BS in computer science -- Integrating software engineering into an undergraduate computer science curriculum.

This volume is a record of two events held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania as part of the SEI Software Engineering Education and Training Week in July 18-21, 1989. The first section includes 15 refereed papers presented at the Third SEI Conference on Software Engineering Education and the SEI Education Program's annual revised report on Master Software Engineering curriculum recommendations. The second part contains unrefereed position papers submitted by participants in the SEI Workshop on an Undergraduate Software Engineering Curriculum. The annual SEI Conference on Software Engineering Education brings together educators from universities, industry and government to discuss problems and issues of mutual interest. Its goals are to stimulate new educational approaches, to provide a forum for discussions of mutual problems, and to evaluate promising new ideas. The topics of the papers are industry issues and programs, teaching software maintenance, undergraduate software engineering education and related topics.

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