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Transferring Experience from Software Engineering Training in Industry to Mass University Education - The Big Picture

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3 Author(s)
Bleek, Wolf-Gideon ; University of Hamburg, Germany ; Lilienthal, C. ; Schmolitzky, Axel

This paper shows and critically discusses how experience gained from years of software engineering training in industry can be transferred to mass university education. The approach relies on cyclical, iterative and problem-based learning and places equal emphasis on technical skills (such as object-oriented and database programming) and soft skills (such as presentation techniques, handling personal conflicts and cooperating in a team context).

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Software Engineering Education & Training, 18th Conference on

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18-20 April 2005

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