by Karl Lieberherr
I have used AspectJ in my courses at Northeastern since 2002 with great success. The students are interested in learning AspectJ and AspectJ provides them with a new view towards programming languages. In the links below you find lecture notes and homeworks etc.
To test AspectJ for class use, I used it in small advanced graduate course in winter 2002: Advanced Object-Oriented Systems. The test was successful and next I used AspectJ in a required graduate class in the fall of 2002 about Fundamentals of Software Engineering. In this course we used Eclipse and AspectJ to implement a Law of Demeter checker, the topic of an AOSD 2003 publication.
In the fall of 2003 I used AspectJ in Advanced Software Development. A project in this course implemented XAspects which was the topic of an OOPSLA DDD 2003 paper.
Since then I have used AspectJ in several courses, the most recent one (Spring 2005): Managing Software Development.
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