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Friday, January 29, 1999
Two new comments from students in the comments section: a brief history of software engineering, and an observation on cohesion and coupling.
Wednesday, January 27, 1999
I have scheduled the extra taping sessions for the two lectures where I will be out-of-town. Lecture 13 will be taped at 3 PM-4:15 PM next Tuesday, February 2nd. This lecture will air February 23rd. Lecture 14 will be taped at 3 PM-4:15 PM the following Tuesday, Febraury 9th. Lecture 14 will air February 25th. In-class students can attend the pre-taping sessions if they desire, otherwise, the tapes will be played in class on Feb. 23rd and 25th respectively.
Tuesday, January 26, 1999
Lecture 6 is now available.
The schedule has been updated. You may want to start reading the Cathedral and Bazaar papers early. Also, I will not be here during Week 7, so I will be taping those two lectures early. I will announce the date and time of those tapings so you can attend if you wish. Stay tuned for more information.
With respect to conceptual integrity in the user-interface, I discussed a project from Xerox PARC that visualizes file systems. For more information on this and related work, take a look at Xerox PARC's information visualization research. The project I discussed was called cone trees and is located near the bottom of that page.
Monday, January 25, 1999
Lecture 5 is now available.
I have added a section to the Website that allows me to post feedback and comments from students. Check it out!
Wednesday, January 20, 1999
Lecture 4 is now available. It covers Chapters 1-4 of The Mythical Man-Month. The schedule has been updated accordingly.
Tuesday, January 19, 1999
Lecture 3 is now available.
Monday, January 18, 1999
The class schedule has been updated for the next few weeks. Get your second textbook out and start reading! Lecture 3 will be available later tonight.
Wednesday, January 13, 1999
Lecture 2 is now available. You should read chapters 1-3 of the Ghezzi textbook to prepare for this lecture.
Monday, January 11, 1999
Lecture 1 is now available.
Friday, January 8, 1999
Contact Information, Evaluation Criteria, and the beginnings of a Class Schedule have been added. The lectures for Week 1 will be posted shortly.
Sunday, January 3, 1999
This site is currently under construction. Stay tuned for information on CSCI 5828 for the 1999 Spring Semester.