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Integrating component-based and reuse-driven software engineering business into software and information engineering curriculum

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Pour, G. ; Dept. of Comput., Inf. & Syst. Eng., San Jose State Univ., CA, USA

Component-based enterprise software engineering (CBESE) is a rapidly emerging trend in the software engineering area. In the CBESE approach, software systems are no longer built from scratch. Instead, reusable software components, built by in-house developers or commercial vendors, are used as the building blocks of new component-based enterprise software systems. The transition from traditional software engineering to component-based enterprise software engineering is often blocked or hindered by a variety of engineering, process-related, business-oriented, infrastructure, organizational and management issues. Resolving those issues requires a systematic approach to building a component-based and reuse-driven software engineering business. That is why software engineers need to acquire a new set of skills. This has introduced the need for a new course sequence that integrates component-based enterprise software engineering into the software and information engineering curriculum. A new major course in this sequence is focused on component-based and reuse-driven software engineering businesses. In this paper, we share our experience of developing such a new course. The course is intended to provide a solid foundation for integrating of research into education in the area of component-based enterprise software engineering. In this paper, we present the course's organization, its components, and our future plans for the course

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Frontiers in Education Conference, 2000. FIE 2000. 30th Annual  (Volume:1 )

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2000