Software Development CSU 670 Spring 2004 (Using Proper Separation of Concerns)

Required text book:
AUTHOR = "Andrew Hunt and David Thomas",
TITLE = "The Pragmatic Programmer",
PUBLISHER = "Addison-Wesley",
YEAR = "2000",
ISBN =         "0-201-61622-X",

Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 1.35 - 2.40. 215 Shillman.

Office Hours:
Jun Gong: Tuesday and Friday 2pm - 5pm in 53 CN
Karl Lieberherr: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 3pm - 4pm

Mailinglist (archive, sign-up, etc.)

We will use connections between XML, Java, UML, aspect-oriented software development and Demeter (DJ and DemeterJ) to develop flexible software: DJ: A simple tool for Java programmers | DJ Fact Sheet | DJ API

CSU 670 Resources

First assignment: answer a questionnaire, and send your answers by noon on Monday of second week of classes to

UML information you find on the web: Rational, OMG. Look for UML 1.3, the latest version now. UML 2.0 is in preparation.
Using Java compilers at CCS.
Course Directories .
Course description .
Syllabus .
Homework solutions.
Links to individual project pages (under construction) .
Lecture Notes (several hundred slides in PowerPoint).
DemeterJ and AP-Studio Resources.
Course progress.
Old exams (Practice exams) .
Blackboard .
Mission Critical Application at Verizon.

Instructor's Home page.