Thoughts on Software Engineering

Seminar “Practical Software Engineering” in TU-Sofia – 8 February 2010

I was recently invited by the Board of European Students of Technology (B.E.S.T. Sofia) to give a talk on “Practical Software Engineering Fundamentals” in the Technical University of Sofia. The event is designed for students who wants to become software engineers.

  • Venue: TU-Sofia, hall 1153
  • Date: 8 February (Monday), 18:00

Software engineering defines the software development project lifecycle as sequence of activities, such as requirements analysis, architecture, design, code construction, testing, debugging, integration, deployment, maintenance, etc., which are performed following the practices of given development methodology applying a set of project management activities for planning, monitoring and controlling the project.

In this talk the speaker Svetlin Nakov will introduce the audience with the most important software engineering activities and will explain the typical software project lifecycle. Comprehensive examples will be given along with the theoretical fundamentals. Typical documents and templates used during the software development process will be presented including: software requirements specifications (SRS), software design documents (SDD), test plans, project plans, etc.

The event is supported by Telerik Academy.

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