CSC 308, Winter 2015
Gene Fisher

General Index:

Items of Near-Term Interest:

Index by Week:

Week 1:

Week 2:

Week 3:

  • milestones 3-4 writeup -- continued work on functional requirements; initial work on model specification; public requirements walkthroughs; initial round of requirements inspection testing
  • Excerpt from the milestone 6 example [ HTML , PDF ] -- a companion to lecture notes 3, showing a completed scenario

Week 4:

Week 5:

Weeks 6 and 7:

Week 8:

Weeks 9 and 10:

  • lecture notes weeks 9 and 10 -- review of milestone deliverables requirements for file and edit commands modeling idioms non-functional requirements

Week 9:

Week 10:

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