Lectures: ERB 103, Monday and Wednesday 11:00am-11:50am.
Labs: ERB 103, Fri 10:00am-11:50am.
Instructor: Vassilis Athitsos
The course objective is to learn how to develop real world products, the right way, and also learn a lot about the development life-cycle process and yourself along the way! This is the CSE capstone course, where you put it all together before you tackle the real world. We will study the product development environment used today in the computer industry, and practice the phased system development process as applied to computer hardware and software design projects. You will work for two semesters in teams of students. In CSE 4316 you will prepare and present planning and definition documentation for your design project. The project will be continued and completed by the same team in CSE 4317 the following semester.
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Textbook: Rapid Development, by Steve McConnell.
Engineering Notebook: Standard Engineering Notebook as printed by BookFactory of Redwood Shores, CA .