The aim of this course is to present techniques for software analysis, design and testing.
Among recent approaches, we introduce concepts of Continuous Integration and Delivery, devops, clean code, ...
The presented academic approaches rely on the UML notation, which allows the developper to elaborate object models with various diagrams.
This course will be illustrated by practice exercises and case studies.
Implementation of a big software engineering project
Give kind of exam for session 1 and session 2: written, allowed documents or not, oral, practical work, reports, plan, vivas
N2= E2 ou O
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Course ID : 5MMGL7
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Date of update June 18, 2017