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Office: SWGN 3A51
Office Hours: Check my Calendar, or email me for appointment.
|Deliverable||Individual or Group||Percentage of Final Grade||Due Date|
|Weekly meetings||Individual||5%||Every week|
|Interview Questions (checklist)||Individual||5%||Occasionally|
|Proposal Presentation||Group||5%||Jan. 18|
|Pick project and platform (checklist)||Group||0%||Jan. 18|
|Mockup, use Cases, third-party library analysis (checklist)||Group||5%||Week of Jan. 25|
|Detailed requirements (checklist)||Group||5%||Week of Feb. 1|
|Design: Class and Sequence diagrams: Project schedule broken down by pieces of code, testing, documentation, etc. by person. (checklist)||Group||5%||Week of Feb. 8|
|Test plan, unit test specifications (checklist)||Group||5%||Week of Feb. 15|
|Demo of proof-of-concept implementation and formal inspection (Chapter 21.3). These require a 2 hour meeting. Each student will explain their code. (checklist)||Group (integration) and Individual (code)||20%||Week of March 15|
|Final project presentations to the whole class. (checklist)||Group||10%||April 26 @1:25 in SWGN 2A24|
|Testing of other teams' project based using their specifications and test cases. If you find 0 bugs you get 0 points.||Group||10%||May 3|
|Final writeup and project (checklist).||Group||30%||May 3|
|Individual assessment of other members' performance.||Individual||Up to 100% of grade||May 3|
We will adhere USC's statement on academic responsibility. This means that expulsion procedures will be initiated for anyone caught either giving or receiving help in a problem set or test. I will be grading everything myself since this class does not have a TA. Please, try to help out by properly commenting your code.
Overview: This class allows the students to experience a software development lifecycle, which includes requirements analysis and design, development, testing, and documentation.
Prerequisites: This class involves a lot of programming. You need to have taken Data Structures and Algorithms, as well as other programming classes. You also must be willing to dedicate a lot of time to this class as programming is always an extremely time-consuming activity.
Deliverables: Students who pass this class are be able to design and implemented complex software solutions using state of the art software engineering techniques. The have working knowledge of UML, source control, and project management. They know how to test and document software. Finally, they are capable of working as part of a software team and develop significant projects under a tight deadline.