In university and colleges, software engineering can be a large part of the learning process. Today, we take a look at just why so much emphasis is placed on software engineering in schools, and what are some of the key learning points in it.
Software engineering is all about writing code in a structured and formal way, with the end goal of achieving greater readability and maintainability of code. To do this, the lifecycle of a project is usually divided as follows:
1) Requirements Gathering
In this video, we’ll take a look at each of these phases, and identify some techniques and best practices associated with executing them.
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A model is a simplified depiction of software development activities to produce quality software that implements all requirements. This video covers Requirements Analysis, Requirements document, System Design, Software architecture, coding, software and testing terms in waterfall SDLC.
The V model is an extension of the Waterfall SDLC. The V has two arms, development and testing. The V model has sequential or overlapping software development tasks, requirements analysis, system design and coding. Then it has sequential or overlapping testing tasks like unit testing, integration testing, system testing and acceptance testing. Unit testing is at the code level and integration testing and system testing are at system design level. Acceptance testing is at requirements analysis level.
Part 1 What is testing? Why test? (25 min.) http://youtu.be/T1a6LUXHZmg
Part 3 Requirement Analysis – How to review Software Requirements http://youtu.be/Vz7TQ3eAQiU
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