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- Experienced Software Engineer at FPT-Software. Now he is a lecturer at FPT University.
This course will guide you walk through the Software Engineering activities and processes. You're on the way to complete the learning program and going to become a software engineer. On that role, you should have a wider understand about software engineering aspects, not only coding. And this course tries to help you get that sense by looking at an overall picture in software engineering.
Introduction to Software Engineering
Some main objectives of this course:
Understanding critical challenges in Software engineering
Discussing Software engineering processes for a full life-cycle software development
Understainding features of specific phases in software engineering as overview (what should be digged deeply in next courses)
Experiencing some up-to-date methodologies in software development collaboration: Agile, Scrum, Lean
Discussing some advanced topics in software engineering: critical systems, SOA, configuration management
The course is divided into four parts:
Module 1: Software Processes
Introduction to Software engineering
Agile Software Development
Module 2: Software Requirement and Architectural Software Design
Module 3: Detail Design and Implementation
Detail Design and Implementation
Module 4: Advanced Software Engineering
Service-oriented software engineering
TEXT BOOK & SOURCES
Software Engineering, 9th or 10th Edition, By Ian Sommerville
Textbook materials: http://iansommerville.com/software-engineering-book
Online course: Software Engineering, By NPTEL (National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning), India
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Below is the list of all free massive open online learning sources (MOOC) used for this course by FUNiX: Edward Kench, Agile Training Videos, axurerp, Balsamiq, Barbara Hecke, Bharath Thippireddy dot com, cmbestpractices, Computer Floss, Derek Banas, Enfocus Solutions, GenesisConsulting1, George Fairbanks, HandsonERP, Hong K. Sung, Ian Sommerville, InfoQ, ITGSFrau, ITMPI, JackmanClass, nptelhrd, NTNU openVideo, Oracle Learning Library, Philip Johnson, SelectBusinessSolns, SourceSeek, Tech 24, William Matheson .
All open learning sources used in FUNiX training program are public, constantly updated and freely used. FUNiX is always willing to receive and discuss any comments, suggestions and responses related to our learning sources via email email@example.com.