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Title: CS 709B Advanced Software Project Management and Development


1
CS 709B Advanced Software Project Management and
Development
  • Spring 2009
  • Course Syllabus
  • January 20, 2009

2
Outline
  • The Instructor
  • The Students
  • The Course
  • The Texts
  • Initial WWW Pointers
  • Grading Scheme
  • Policies
  • Tentative Schedule

3
The Instructor.
  • Sergiu Dascalu
  • Room SEM-236
  • Telephone 784-4613
  • E-mail dascalus_at_cse.unr.edu
  • Web-site www.cse.unr.edu/dascalus
  • Office hours
  • Thursday 300 400 pm
  • or by appointment or chance

4
.The Instructor
  • Sergiu Dascalu
  • PhD, Dalhousie U., Halifax, NS, Canada, 2001
  • Teaching and research at UNR,
  • 2002-present (software engineering, HCI)
  • Teaching and research at Dalhousie University,
    1993-2001 (software engineering focus)
  • Teaching and research at the University
    Politehnica Bucharest, Romania, 1984-1995
  • (RT embedded systems focus)
  • Consultant for software development companies in
    Canada and Romania

5
The Students
  • Registered
  • 15 graduate students
  • Prerequisite
  • Instructors approval

6
The Course
  • Classroom
  • PA 208
  • TR 400 - 515 pm
  • Outline This course examines topics related to
    software project management, software estimation,
    and software development. Topics covered include
    project planning, project schedules, change
    control, managing people, process improvement
    software estimation challenges, techniques,
    tools and software requirements, design
    testing.

7
The Texts.
  • Required books to be confirmed
  • Andrew Stellman and Jennifer Greene, Applied
    Software Project Management, OReilly Media Inc.,
    2005
  • ISBN 0-596-00948-9
  • Steve McConnell, Software Estimation
    Demystifying the Black Art, Microsoft Press, 2006
  • ISBN 0-735-60535-1

8
.The Texts
  • Lecture notes
  • Presentations by the instructor
  • Notes you take in the classroom
  • Material (book chapters, papers, tutorials, etc.)
    that will be indicated later by the instructor

9
Initial WWW Pointers
  • Stellman and Greenes ASPM website
  • http//www.stellman-greene.com/aspm/
  • Steve McConnells website
  • http//www.stevemcconnell.com/
  • CS 709B website
  • http//www.cse.unr.edu/dascalus/aspmd2009.html

10
Grading Scheme.
  • Grading scheme for CS791m students (tentative)
  • Assignments 22
  • Presentations 13
  • Midterm test 20
  • Project paper 40
  • Class participation 5
  • TOTAL 100

11
.Grading Scheme
  • Passing conditions (all must be met)
  • 50 overall
  • 50 in test
  • 50 in project and paper
  • 50 in assignments, presentations, and class
    participation
  • For grade A at least 90 overall, at least 90
    in class participation, and at least 60 in test
  • There are no make-up tests or homework in this
    course
  • Note that poor class participation can
    significantly affect your grade

12
Grading Scale
  • Numerical-letter grade correspondence
  • A 90 -100
    maximum 100
  • A- 87 - 89
  • B 83 - 86
  • B 78 - 82
  • B- 75 - 77
  • C 71 - 74
  • C 66 - 70
  • C- 63 - 65
  • D 60 - 62
  • D 55 - 59
  • D- 50 - 54
  • F lt 50

13
Policies
  • Late submission policy
  • Maximum 2 late days per assignment/project
    deliverable
  • Each late day penalized with 10
  • No subdivision of late days
  • No late days for presentations and test
  • Example a 90/100 worth assignment gets 81/100 if
    one day late (900.9 81) or 72/100 if two days
    late (900.8 72)

14
.Policies..
  • Legal notices on the world-wide web Read and
    comply with accompanying legal notices of
    downloadable material
  • Specify references used
  • Do not plagiarize (see next slide)

15
..Policies.
  • Plagiarism and cheating Will not be tolerated.
    Please read the policies of University of Nevada,
    Reno regarding academic dishonesty
  • www.unr.edu/stsv/acdispol.html

16
Policies
  • Disability Statement
  • If you have a disability for which you will need
    to request accommodations, please contact me or
    someone at the Disability Resource Center
    (Thompson Student Services - 107), as soon as
    possible.

17
Tentative Schedule.
Week Dates (T, R) Contents
1 Jan 20, 22 Lecture Students Introduction
2 Jan 27, 29 Lectures Presentations draw, A1 given
3 Feb 03, 05 Lectures A1 due, A2 given
4 Feb 10, 12 Presentations by students (round 1) A2 due, PP-I given
5 Feb 17, 19 Presentations by students (round 1) A3 given
6 Feb 24, 26 Lectures PP-I due, PP-II given
7 Mar 03, 05 Lectures A3 due
18
.Tentative Schedule
8 Mar 10, 12 Presentations by students (round 2) PP-II due, PP-III given
9 Mar 17, 19 Spring break, no classes
10 Mar 24, 26 Presentations by students (round 2) A4 given
11 Mar 31, Apr 02 Lectures A4 due
12 Apr 07, 09 Lectures
13 Apr 14, 16 Midterm (04/14), Lecture
14 Apr 21, 23 Presentations by students (round 3)
15 Apr 28, 30 Presentations by students (round 3)
16 May 05, - Project demos, PP-III due, Paper due (May 9)
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