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CIS 3750 - System Analysis and Design in Applications F (3-2) [0.75]

An introduction to the issues and techniques encountered in the design and construction of software systems. The theory and models of software evolution. Topics include requirements and specifications, prototyping, design principles, object-oriented analysis and design, standards, integration, risk analysis, testing and debugging.


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Posted On : October 25, 2010

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This is a work intensive course that involves groups creating a program over the semester. The groups develop a program of some sort similarly to the way that programs are developed in large corporations. This includes doing user stories, use cases, requirements, iterations, etc. This course was done in Java, however this may change from year to year. The course helped me get some experience working in groups and helped me understand the process of creating a piece of software in the "real world".
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