"Applied Software Engineering for Large-Scale Complex Systems" with Alex Rush
An exploration of the software engineering discipline as applied in development of large-scale, global applications. Specifically, the issues of managing inherent complexity and risk in large-scale systems using industry standard iterative development methods, modeling and design techniques, software architecture, performance engineering and testing will be explained using real-world examples. This talk will highlight how software development has evolved from a relative “black art” to a true engineering discipline in recent decades. This talk would be of interest to anyone who is curious about software development in general, and in particular how complex, large-scale systems are designed, tested and successfully deployed.
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Thursday, November 13, 2008
November 12 - "Applied Software Engineering for Large-Scale Complex Systems" with Alex Rush
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