Week 1


Lectures: Software overview [slides], [handout]

Required Readings: Suggested Readings: Tutorials No tutorials in week 1 (nor week 2 or week 3)

Week 2


Lectures: About the coursework [slides] , Large(r) systems [slides], [handout] , Requirements engineering and use cases [slides], [handout]

Required Readings: Suggested Readings:

Week 3


Lectures: Design [slides], [handout], Refactoring [slides], [handout], UML class diagrams [slides], [handout]

Required Readings: Suggested Readings:

Week 4 (no lecture Thursday)


Lectures: Construction 1 [slides], [handout]

Required Readings: Suggested Readings: First Tutorial: Questions to work on before the tutorial, Answers to questions.

Week 5 (no lecture Tuesday)


Lectures: Construction 2 [slides], [handout]

Required Readings: Suggested Readings:

Week 6


Lectures: Interaction [slides], [handout], Verification, validation and testing [slides], [handout], Deployment and maintenance: [slides], [handout]

Required Readings: Suggested Readings: Second Tutorial: Questions to work on before the tutorial. Answers to questions.

Week 7 (No lecture Thursday)


Lectures: Processes [slides], [handout]

Suggested Readings:

Week 8


Lectures: Agile Process [slides], [handout]

Suggested Readings:
Third Tutorial: Questions to work on before the tutorial. Answers to questions.

Week 9


Lectures: Quality [slides], [handout], The user's role [slides], [handout]

Required Readings: Suggested Readings:

Week 10


Lectures: Non-functional requirements [slides], [handout] Security engineering [slides], [handout], Licensing, IP [slides], [handout], Ethics, including Therac-25 story [slides], [handout]

Required Readings: Suggested Readings: Fourth Tutorial: Past exam questions. Answers.
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