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Reviewing the curriculum of software engineering undergraduate courses to incorporate communication and interpersonal skills teaching

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2 Author(s)
Teles, V.M. ; Nucleo de Computacao Eletronica, Univ. Fed. do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil ; de Oliveira, C.E.T.

The major problems of software development projects are not so much technical as sociological in nature. The industry seems to agree very much with this statement while the university seems to give it little importance. The article begins analyzing some related work and proposes changes in software engineering undergraduate courses to accommodate new ways of teaching and to incorporate professional skills teaching. It also describes a course on extreme programming where some techniques will be used and evaluated.

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Software Engineering Education and Training, 2003. (CSEE&T 2003). Proceedings. 16th Conference on

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20-22 March 2003