Agile development in computer science education: Practices and prognosis

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dc.contributor.author Bergin, Joseph
dc.contributor.author Kussmaul, Clifton
dc.contributor.author Reichlmayr, Thomas
dc.contributor.author Caristi, James
dc.contributor.author Pollice, Gary
dc.date.accessioned 2008-12-08T20:29:36Z
dc.date.available 2008-12-08T20:29:36Z
dc.date.issued 2005
dc.identifier.isbn 1-58113-997-7
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/1850/7646
dc.description ACM/SIGCSE 2005 proceedings. Please see www.acm.org for more information.
dc.description.abstract Many agile methodologies were developed in response to so-called disciplined methodologies that emphasize detailed documentation and formal processes, and that are often associated with ISO compliance or the CMM. However, there is growing recognition that both agile and disciplined approaches have advantages, and that often a combination can be very effective [1].Many faculty are exploring and experimenting with ways to integrate agile concepts and practices into academic programs in areas such as computer science, software engineering, and information systems. This special session will help us work together in agile ways to better understand the importance and role(s) of agile concepts and practices, successful ways to incorporate them in academic settings, potential pitfalls, and key questions that should be explored further. We want to gather input from a wide range of people in different sub-disciplines and programs.We will begin with a very brief overview of agile concepts and practices, followed by brief statements from each of the five speakers, to give other participants a sense of the range of possibilities (25 min). Next, we will poll participants to identify a set of topics within agility that they want to discuss further (5 min). Participants will then gather into subgroups for each topic, and each subgroup will identify best practices, interesting ideas, and open questions for that topic (30-35 min). Each subgroup will then give a brief report to the entire group, and we will conclude with a few minutes of general discussion (10-15 min).
dc.publisher Association for computing machinery (ACM)
dc.title Agile development in computer science education: Practices and prognosis
dc.type Proceedings
dc.subject.keyword Agility
dc.subject.keyword Curriculum
dc.subject.keyword Development
dc.subject.keyword Methodology
dc.subject.keyword Process
dc.subject.keyword Software
dc.subject.keyword XP

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