ElKharboutly - FOSS across SE (Proposal)
Teaching Open Source Contribution and Development Across the SE Curriculum
I propose to use two to three activity in three different Software Engineering courses offered starting freshman year till Junior year. This way students are gradually introduced to HFOSS according to their skill level.
- SER 120 - Object Oriented Development in Java (Every Spring)
This course serves as an introduction to the principles of design and programming of software using object oriented techniques such as inheritance, polymorphism, encapsulation and information hiding, and inheritance. Students will learn event-driven programming and the use of graphics. Additional topics include collections, design patterns and frameworks
- SER 210 - Software Design and Development (Every Spring)
This course serves as an introduction to software engineering using object oriented analysis and design techniques and United Modeling Language (UML). The emphasis is on developing robust and high quality software systems based on object-oriented principles. Implementations will be performed using Java object-oriented programming language and the Android SDK.
- SER 320 - Software Design and Architecture(Every Fall)
Students explore software design methodologies, architectural styles, design guidelines and design tools. The course will examine the principles and methods of architectural design and detailed design of complex, large-scale software systems. It cover micro-level design and marco-level architecture emphasizing on a number of architectural styles including classical styles and emerging styles such as web-based architectures and mobile-computing architectures.
Target Student Audience
All courses are required courses taken by Software Engineering Major students.
- SER 120
- Introduction to HFOSS homework
- Java Backwardly Compatible Code Lab
- SER 320
- New Activity OpenMRS architecture case study
- Design Reverse Engineering Activity
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