Software Design and Development
The course covers proven techniques for constructing maintainable software. This includes: problem and data analysis, data definitions, concise specifications, interfaces, example and test data design, program design based on data definitions, and testing.
In other words, the goal of the course is to help you learn how to learn by yourself to design, implement, and maintain code or teach others how to do so in a cost-effective manner. In case you are wondering why learning to learn is necessary, you should know that according to Bill Wulf, a computer scientist and head of the NAE, "the half life of engineering knowledge is between 7.5 and 2 years." So let's see how we can help you learn How to Keep Your Job
Prerequisite: According to the College's requirements, this course will rely on CSU370 (Object-Oriented Design) and CSU390 (Theory of Computation) and their prerequisites in turn.
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