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Monday, October 16 • 10:00 - 13:00
Prof. Rob Sabourin teaching software engineering and test design concepts to McGill University students (open lectures, free entrance))

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You have a unique opportunity to attend a highly acclaimed university level course lectures, given by Prof. Robert Sabourin to McGill University students.

The lectures will be aired to the students online in real time; conference attendees can join physically and have a follow up Q&A with Prof. Sabourin at the conference.

Exact times with be clarified in September.
The lectures are open to all conference attendees.

(1) Topic

Software Engineering in Practice

A lecture from the course ECSE 428 Software Engineering in Practice

Software engineering practice in industry, related to the design and commissioning of large software systems. Ethical, social, economic, safety and legal issues. Metrics, project management, costing, marketing, control, standards, CASE tools and bugs. The course involves a large team project.

Rob will deliver a 45 minute lecture on a topic in software engineering followed by an interview with a software development professional about their development process.

This is a live lecture from a university level course in Software Engineering.

(2) Topic

Software Validation

A lecture from the course ECSE 429 Software Validation

Correct and complete implementation of software requirements. Verification and validation lifecycle. Requirements analysis, model based analysis, and design analysis. Unit and system testing, performance, risk management, software reuse.

Rob will deliver a 90 minute lecture on a topic in software testing focused on a specific test design technique.

This is a live lecture from a university level course in Software Validation.

Monday October 16, 2023 10:00 - 13:00 EDT
Bavaro Room