it is great if you mail them to me (email@example.com) before the lecture next Tuesday. Especially if they are related to the letures that I did not teach.
men dere kan selvfølgelig svare på norsk (bokmål eller nynorsk)
should be uploaded to the folder Egenerklæring in Fronter, or put in post box marked Bente Anda at th 4th floor.
Details about the project can be found here.
The plan for the lecture on November 12th is:
Hour 1: Example of software improvement project
Hour 2: Summary of the course
Hour 3: Possibility to ask questions about the project
No lecture on November 19th
On November 26th there is no lecture, but possibility to ask questions about the course curriculum as exam preparation.
The complete reference to that paper (from lecture 2) is:
Hamann, Dirk; Pfahl, Dietmar; Järvinen, Janne; Solingen, Rini van: The
Role of GQM in the PROFES Improvement Methodology. In: Arbeitskreis Software-Qualität Franken e.V.: CONQUEST 1999. 3rd Conference on Quality Engineering in Software Technology and VDE-ITG Workshop on "Testing Non-Functional Software-Requirements". 1999, 64-79.
The second part of the lecture on October 8th will be a game in which you will experiment with different kinds of work flow. This game will be run both on October 8th and October 22nd, from 15.15 - 17 (to make sure that everybody gets to participate). This means that you can choose between these two dates.
can be found here:
project and exam
This book can now be accessed from http://proquest.safaribooksonline.com/book/software-engineering-and-development/9780321699633.
Note that only two users can access the system simultaneously. If you are asked to type in email and password, this means that two users already use the system. You should not attempt to type in email and password, but try again later.
The lecture notes for the next lecture will be available on the course web page by 12 on Tuesday (2 hours before the lecture).
Leading Lean Software Development: Results Are not the Point by Mary and Tom Poppendieck, Addison Wesley, 2009 (chapters 1 + 3-5) will be part of the curriculum (together with the lecture notes and papers that will be made available through Fronter).
From autumn 2013 the exam will count for 50% of the grade and the project will count for the remaining 50 %.
There will be a written exam.