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CS 407: Software Engineering Senior Project

Course Description

A capstone course combining all the concepts students have learned in the Software Engineering Track: software and software engineering, working as a team leader and as a team member, Agile Software Development, Scrum Software Development, Version Control, basing software development on reusable technology, developing requirements (User Stories and Use Cases), modelling with classes, design patterns, focusing on users, modelling interactions and behavior, architecting and designing software, testing and inspecting, managing the software development process. This is a project course. Students are organized into 4-6 student teams. Each team completes a full-semester software engineering project. Each team creates a Project Charter, Product Backlog, Design, and for 3 Sprints -- Planning Document, Demo, Retrospective Document. The final demo is a formal presentation.

Course Outline

Week    Contents

1            Team and project selection

2            Product Charter due

3            Design document and Sprint 1 Planning document due

4            Sprint 1

5            Sprint 1

6            Sprint 1

7            Sprint 1 (concluded by demo and retrospective document)

8            Sprint 2

9            Sprint 2

10          Sprint 2

11          Sprint 2 (concluded by demo and retrospective document)

Last Updated: Feb 15, 2019 4:51 PM

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