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ACSE
2000
ACM
10 years 8 months ago
Software testing in the computer science curriculum -- a holistic approach
Although testing accounts for 50% of the cost of software, it receives little treatment in most curricula. This paper presents some approaches to giving all students multiple, inc...
Edward L. Jones
ITICSE
2003
ACM
10 years 9 months ago
Systematic testing should not be a topic in the computer science curriculum!
In this paper we argue that treating “testing” as an isolated topic is a wrong approach in computer science and software engineering teaching. Instead testing should pervade p...
Henrik Bærbak Christensen
FECS
2007
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10 years 5 months ago
Designing Software Engineering Option within Computer Science Bachelor of Science Program
- This paper describes a Software Engineering Option (SEO) within the current BS in Computer Science program at UMASS Dartmouth. The SE Option reuses significant portion of the exi...
Jan Bergandy, Paul L. Bergstein, Boleslaw Mikolajc...
CSEE
2001
Springer
10 years 8 months ago
Incorporating PSP into a Traditional Software Engineering Course: An Experience Report
This paper presents an approach to incorporate PSP into a traditional Software Engineering course that is typically contained within a Computer Science curriculum. Advantages and ...
Jonathan I. Maletic, Anita Howald, Andrian Marcus
SIGCSE
2010
ACM
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10 years 11 months ago
Design and evaluation of a computer science and engineering course for middle school girls
A significant focus in the United States recently has been to increase engagement and interest in STEM curricula, particularly among girls and underrepresented minorities [3]. In ...
Gabriela Marcu, Samuel J. Kaufman, Jaihee Kate Lee...
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