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Trends und Konzepte in der Software-Industrie (Sommersemester 2004)

Lecturer:

General Information

  • Weekly Hours: 2
  • Credits: 3
  • Graded: yes
  • Enrolment Deadline: 01.01.1970
  • Teaching Form:
  • Enrolment Type: Compulsory Elective Module

Programs

  • IT-Systems Engineering MA

Description

This series of lectures describes enterprise software infrastructure. Infrastructure platforms, such as SAP's NetWeaver, are the basis on which modern enterprise software runs. The lecture will include recurring themes, which demonstrate the importance of each topic and the relationship between theory and its implementation in the real world. Students will learn to see the big picture of software from an engineering perspective, and will be introduced to the whole lifecycle of software as well as surrounding issues.



Central Elements:

     

  • Technical Concepts, Fundamental Technologies & Tools
  • The Enterprise Software Infrastructure and its Components
  • Environment and Context; Customer Engagement Lifecycle, Product Innovation Lifecycle, Blueprinting
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Requirements

The course is designed for master students. It is assumed that the students have some background knowledge from their bachelor classes.

Literature

lecture notes will be prepared

additional material tba

Learning

lectures only

Examination

written exam with multiple choice questions

Dates

Three Full Days (8 hours each)

19.07.04

22.07.04

23.07.04

all material is in English,

the presentation is in German

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