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 CSE 403 Summer 2005
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Recent Announcements:

  • (Aug 22) Congratulations on the completion of a quarter full of learning experiences for everyone!

Course Goals:

This course is an introduction to the fundamental principles and practices of software engineering from a practitioner's standpoint. It is ideal for students who want to prepare for the real-world of software development, as well as for those who want to learn "how they do it out there." The course emphasizes learning, quality, and processes for effective software development, drawing on experiences from group projects that students participate in.

Class Meetings:

Lecture: MWF, 9:40am-10:40am, CSE 403
Section: Th, 9:40am-10:40am, CSE 403

Contact Information:

Instructor: Valentin Razmov (office hour: Mondays @ 11am in CSE 618, or by appointment)
Teaching Assistant: Alan Liu (office hour: Thursdays @ 11am in CSE 490, or by appointment)


Rapid Development, by Steve McConnell. (To compare prices, look here.)
There will be supplementary handouts on specific topics.


There will be quarter-long projects, developed in teams of 6 or more students. Details will be available the first week of the course.

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