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© 2013 Carnegie Mellon University Academy for Software Engineering Education and Training, 2013 Session Architect: Tony Cowling Session Chair: Nancy Mead
2 Software Assurance Competency Model Nancy Mead, May 20, 2013 © 2013 Carnegie Mellon University A Change in the Academy Starting Point Five initial questions about possible future changes Call for position papers The Submissions Identified a question that was not asked Four position papers
3 Software Assurance Competency Model Nancy Mead, May 20, 2013 © 2013 Carnegie Mellon University Questions (1) The Initial Questions about Future Changes If the construction phase can be completely automated, what do we need to teach students about it? What do we need to teach students about development processes and their management, when all projects have to be increasingly agile? The focus of system development is shifting from constructing comparatively closed entities to managing the evolution of a web of interconnected parts. So, what do we need to teach students about the way in which the software engineering task is changing? Since changing requirements are a consequence of changes to the businesses that give rise to the requirements, what do we need to teach students about the natures of these businesses? If engineering is meant to involve applying science, what aspects of science do we need to teach, to equip students to do a proper job of engineering software systems?
4 Software Assurance Competency Model Nancy Mead, May 20, 2013 © 2013 Carnegie Mellon University Questions (2) The Question that was Overlooked How will changes in Software Engineering affect the relationship between SE education and CS education?
5 Software Assurance Competency Model Nancy Mead, May 20, 2013 © 2013 Carnegie Mellon University The Position Papers Education Impact of Evolutionary Software Development: Vaclav Rajlich, Wayne State University, USA; Model-Driven Development and the Future of Software Engineering Education: Tony Cowling, University of Sheffield, UK; What Should Students Learn in Their First (and Often Only) Software Engineering Course? James Vallino, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA; Software Engineering in CS 2013: Rich LeBlanc, Seattle University, USA.
6 Software Assurance Competency Model Nancy Mead, May 20, 2013 © 2013 Carnegie Mellon University Session Structure The panellists will present their positions These may result in identification of other issues Open discussion
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