WIT Press


CASE Technology: Improving Quality In The Education Of Software Engineers

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/SQM930241

Volume

4

Pages

14

Published

1993

Size

1,218 kb

Author(s)

J.F. Coxhead, E.A. Dodman & J. Harvey

Abstract

CASE technology: Improving quality in the education of software engineers J.F. Coxhead, E.A. Dodman, J. Harvey Faculty of Information & Engineering Systems, Leeds Metropolitan University, Leeds, UK ABSTRACT This paper is concerned with the quality of the learning experiences of graduate software engineers and their continuation training in the commercial environment. Issues and problems arising from the application of CASE technology to this area are considered. Lessons learned from experience gained using an Integrated Project Support Environment (IPSE) are highlighted. INTRODUCTION Quality is a major issue in software production. One underlying necessity for the production of quality software is able and suitably qualified staff. However, whenever a quality strategy is set up within the commercial enterprise or defined as an exercise within academic teaching something that is often overlooked is the teaching/training of the individual. This teaching/training do

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