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Klewel is webcasting an EPFL Software Engineering lecture every week

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George Candea heads the Dependable Systems Lab. His research focuses primarily on tools, techniques, and runtimes that improve the dependability of software systems while also increasing programmer productivity. He seeks pragmatic solutions targeted primarily at large-scale software with millions of lines of code running in highly concurrent systems with hundreds of threads.

The objectives of this first lecture are to motivate the study of software engineering/development, understand the need for systematic development processes, get a high-level view of the path from problem -> requirements -> design -> code, understand the role of development managers, and finally get an overview of both the SwEng and SDP course.

Date Topic Materials
21-Sep-2010 Real-world software engineering [slides]
28-Sep-2010 Designing good object-oriented software (part 1) [slides]
5-Oct-2010 Designing good object-oriented software (part 2) [slides]
12-Oct-2010 Software development processes [slides]
19-Oct-2010 Organizing your program’s control flow (part 1) [slides]
26-Oct-2010 Organizing your program’s control flow (part 2) [slides]
2-Nov-2010 Effective naming of variables, methods, etc. [slides]
9-Nov-2010 Tips & tricks for using data types

16-Nov-2010 Effective testing and debugging [slides]
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