Software Design Architecture Comparison
|Title||Software Design and Architecture Comparison (Eclipse vs Openstack)|
|Overview||Students will research existing software design documents and resources for both projects and then write a report detailing their differences and helpfulness to various levels of developers.|
|Prerequisite Knowledge||What topics and tools does the student need to know prior to beginning this activity?|
|Learning Objectives||What should the student be able to do after completing completed this activity?|
Is there background reading material?
Are there other activities the student should have done first?
What is the rational for this activity?
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What should the student do?
What will the student hand in?
How will the activity be graded?
How will learning will be measured?
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|Criteria||Level 1 (fail)||Level 2 (pass)||Level 3 (good)||Level 4 (exceptional)|
|The purpose of the project|
|Why the project is open source|
What should the instructor know before using this activity?
What are some likely difficulties that an instructor may encounter using this activity?
|ACM Knowledge Area/Knowledge Unit||What ACM Computing Curricula 2013 knowledge area and units does this activity cover? ACM_Body_of_Knowledge|
|ACM Topic||What specific topics are addressed? The Computing Curriucula 2013 provides a list of topics - https://www.acm.org/education/CS2013-final-report.pdf|
|Level of Difficulty||Is this activity easy, medium or challenging?|
|Estimated Time to Completion||How long should it take for the student to complete the activity?|
|Materials/Environment||What does the student need? Internet access, IRC client, Git Hub account, LINUX machine, etc.?|
|Source||Is there another activity on which this activity is based? If so, please provide a link to the original resource.|
|License||Creative Commons CC-BY|
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