INFORMATICS 2 - Software Engineering - 2017/18

Course Description

To get an idea of the content of upcoming lectures, take a look at the schedule from 2016/17

Week 1


Tuesday's Lecture (19 Sep 2017): Software engineering overview [slides]

Required Readings: Suggested Readings: The aim with the above readings is to deepen your understanding of what software engineering is, why the term was invented and is still used, and why problems still exist.



Thursday's Lecture (21 Sep 2017): Requirements engineering [slides]

Required Readings: Suggested Readings:

Tutorials: No tutorials in Week 1 (or Weeks 2 and 3)

Week 2


Tuesday's Lecture (26 Sep 2017): Use Cases

Thursday's Lecture (28 Sep 2017):

Tutorials: No tutorials this week

Week 3


Tuesday's Lecture (3 Oct 2017):

Thursday's Lecture (5 Oct 2017):

Tutorials: No tutorials this week

Week 4


Tuesday's Lecture (10 Oct 2017):

Thursday's Lecture (12 Oct 2017):

Tutorial 1:

Week 5


Tuesday's Lecture (17 Oct 2017):

Thursday's Lecture (19 Oct 2017):

Tutorials: No tutorials this week

Week 6


Tuesday's Lecture (24 Oct 2017):

Thursday' Lecture (26 Oct 2017):

Tutorial 2:

Week 7


Tuesday's Lecture (31 Oct 2017):

Thursday's Lecture (2 Nov 2017):

Tutorials: No tutorials this week

Week 8


Tuesday's Lecture (7 Nov 2017):

Thursday's Lecture (9 Nov 2017):

Tutorial 3:

Week 9


Tuesday's Lecture (14 Nov 2017):

Thursday's Lecture (16 Nov 2017):

Tutorials: No tutorials this week

Week 10


Tuesday's Lecture (21 Nov 2017):

Thursday's Lecture (23 Nov 2017):

Tutorial 4:

Week 11


NO LECTURES THIS WEEK


Slides originally authored by Perdita Stevens and adapted by Nigel Goddard, Ajitha Rajan and Paul Jackson.


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