Software Engineering II: Project Organization and Management (Summer 2017)
- Language: English
- Type: 2V + 2Ü
- Module: IN2083
- ECTS Credits: 5 / 6 (depends on your study program)
- Prerequisites: You should have passed an introduction course into software engineering (e.g. IN0006). It is helpful if you successfully participated in Software Engineering I: Software Technology (IN2126), Advanced Topics of Software Engineering (IN2309, IN2126) or similar courses
- TUMOnline: Lecture
- Time and Location: Lectures and exercises are intermixed on
- Our lectures and exercises are interactive, they are based on interaction in the classroom.
- Your participate in in-class exercises, such as tutorials, quizzes and team exercises.
- You form a team with your fellow students and manage a mobile app development project.
- We expect active participation. You can earn an exam bonus for successfully participating in exercises.
- You must have your own Laptop and you are required to bring it to class!
- Please register in TUMOnline if you want to take this course
- Learn and apply the basic techniques and methods of project organization such as task, issue and meeting management
- Apply agile methods, in particular Scrum
- Learn how to form teams, how to communicate and collaborate in a team project
- Estimate tasks and schedule projects
- Model software life-cycles
- Write proposals and (agile) contracts
- Design user interfaces, create prototypes and evaluate these using typical usability heuristics
- Apply software configuration management including change, branch, merge and review management using git and pull requests
- Apply build, release and feedback management by implementing typical continuous integration and continuous delivery workflows
- Learn how to manage risks and global projects
- Learn how to demonstrate your software to clients and end users
- Get to know project management antipatterns
You become a technology manager and you are able to apply the key concepts, techniques and methods of software project management that are used when complex software systems in large teams are developed.
Dr. Stephan Krusche
Prof. Bernd Brügge, Ph.D.