1998 Software Engineering Education
Copyright © Mon Nov 2 21:24:53 2009
by Michael Ley (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- James E. Tomayko:
Forging a Discipline: An Outline History of software Engineering Education.
- David Lorge Parnas:
Software Engineering Programmes are not Computer Science Programmes.
- Robert L. Baber:
Software Engineering Education: Issues and Alternatives.
- Anthony J. Cowling:
The First Decade of an Undergraduate Degree Programme in Software Engineering.
- Timothy Lethbridge:
The Relevance of Software Education: A survey and Some Recommendations.
- Ian Sommerville:
Systems Engineering for software Engineers.
- Dennis J. Frailey:
Opportunities for Software Engineering Education.
- Peter J. Denning:
Professional software Engineering Education.
- Nancy R. Mead, A. Joe Turner:
Current Accreditation, Certification, and Licensure Activities Related to Software Engineering.
- Everald E. Mills:
Metrics in the Software Engineering Curriculum.
- Watts S. Humphrey:
Why Don't They Practice What Ee Preach?
- Nick V. Flor, F. Javier Lerch, Se-Joon Hong:
A Market-Driven Approach to Teaching Software Components Engineering.
- Carol L. Hoover:
TAP-D: A Model for Developing Specialization Tracks in a Graduate Software Engineering Curriculum.
- Elizabeth A. Kendall:
Utilizing Patterns and Pattern Languages in Education.
- Barry W. Boehm, Alexander Egyed, Daniel Port, Archita Shah, Julie Kwan, Raymond J. Madachy:
A Stakeholder Win-Win Approach to Software Engineering Education.
- Malcolm Birtle:
Negotiated Learning Contracts in Team Projects.
- Pierre N. Robillard, Martin P. Robillard:
Improving Academic Software Engineering Projects: A Comparative Study of academic and Industry Projects.
- Dines Bjørner, Jorge Cuéllar:
Software Engineering Education: Rôles of Formal Specification and Design Calculi.
- Jawed I. A. Siddiqi, Ian C. Morrey, Richard Hibberd, Graham Buckberry:
Understanding and Exploring Formal Specifications.
- Paolo Ciancarini, Cecilia Mascolo:
Using Formal Methods for Teaching Software Engineering: A Tool-Based Approach.