Teaching practical software maintenance skills in a software engineering course

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Abstract

The typical one-semester software engineering course is normally geared towards new software development. Unfortunately, most new computer science graduates do not find themselves in a position where they are developing new software but instead in a position where they are maintaining an existing product. This paper describes some current practical software maintenance approaches which can be taught as a part of a software engineering course.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationSIGCSE Bulletin (Association for Computing Machinery, Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education)
PublisherPubl by ACM
Pages182-184
Number of pages3
Volume21
Edition1
DOIs
StatePublished - Feb 1989
EventPapers of the Twentieth SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education - Louisville, KY, USA
Duration: Feb 23 1989Feb 25 1989

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OtherPapers of the Twentieth SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education
CityLouisville, KY, USA
Period2/23/892/25/89

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ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Hardware and Architecture
  • Software
  • Food Science

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Collofello, J. (1989). Teaching practical software maintenance skills in a software engineering course. In SIGCSE Bulletin (Association for Computing Machinery, Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education) (1 ed., Vol. 21, pp. 182-184). Publ by ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/65294.71211

Teaching practical software maintenance skills in a software engineering course. / Collofello, James.

SIGCSE Bulletin (Association for Computing Machinery, Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education). Vol. 21 1. ed. Publ by ACM, 1989. p. 182-184.

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Collofello, J 1989, Teaching practical software maintenance skills in a software engineering course. in SIGCSE Bulletin (Association for Computing Machinery, Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education). 1 edn, vol. 21, Publ by ACM, pp. 182-184, Papers of the Twentieth SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Louisville, KY, USA, 2/23/89. https://doi.org/10.1145/65294.71211
Collofello J. Teaching practical software maintenance skills in a software engineering course. In SIGCSE Bulletin (Association for Computing Machinery, Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education). 1 ed. Vol. 21. Publ by ACM. 1989. p. 182-184 https://doi.org/10.1145/65294.71211
Collofello, James. / Teaching practical software maintenance skills in a software engineering course. SIGCSE Bulletin (Association for Computing Machinery, Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education). Vol. 21 1. ed. Publ by ACM, 1989. pp. 182-184
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