Teaching the human aspect of software engineering - a case study

Abstract

This paper describes a course I taught at the Technion --- The Israel Institute of Technology --- which addressed human aspects of Software Engineering. More specifically, three human aspects involved in developing software systems were the focus of the course: problem solving methodologies in general and their application in developing software systems in particular; mental processes; and social processes of software-system developers.

DOI: 10.1145/364447.364559

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@inproceedings{Hazzan2001TeachingTH, title={Teaching the human aspect of software engineering - a case study}, author={Orit Hazzan}, booktitle={SIGCSE}, year={2001} }