Course - Software Development - PROG1004
PROG1004 - Software Development
Plan-driven and agile software development methodologies
Project management and risk analysis
Methods and techniques in requirement specification and analysis (UML)
Information security requirements
Principles and patterns in Software Architecture and Design
User participation, prototying and user testing
The candidate have knowledge of plan-driven and agile methodologies in software development and understand basic administrative and technological aspects of the specification, development, prototyping and testing. They know the basic principles in software architecture and design and the value of user participation.
The candidate can apply object-oriented methods and techniques of requirements specification and are aware of the need for and value of user participation. They are able to establish a project using agile development methodology and bring a project from idea to a recommended sketch of software in small projects.
The candidate are familiar with basic terminology and central trends in the field of software development. They have experienced management, agile methods, teamwork and documentation in a software development project.
Learning methods and activities
Coursework requirements: none
Further on evaluation
If failed the project must be re-taken next teaching semester
Admission to a programme of study is required:
Digital Infrastructure and Cyber Security (BDIGSEC)
Recommended previous knowledge
PROG1001 Fundamental Programming
Software Engineering, Ian Sommerville, last ed. Additional materials will be available at semesterstart.
Credits: 7.5 SP
Study level: Intermediate course, level II
Term no.: 1
Teaching semester: SPRING 2021
Language of instruction: English
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