Mon 26 Oct 2015 15:30 - 15:40 at Ellwood 1 - Session 4 Chair(s): Eli Tilevich

Software engineering is to be practiced beyond the classroom, by professionals in their workplaces. While there is value in teaching its techniques to undergraduate students, there is more value in transferring more effective techniques to software developers. But the Chilean software industry rarely adopts new practices, and software projects suffer from delays, exceeded budgets and poor quality. The Department of Computer Science’s software engineering group at P. Universidad Católica de Chile has made several efforts to transfer good practices to software development organisations. In this presentation, we highlight the lessons we have learnt and the challenges we face when transferring practices as an educational process.

Mon 26 Oct
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15:30 - 17:00: Session 4SPLASH-E at Ellwood 1
Chair(s): Eli TilevichVirginia Tech
15:30 - 15:40
Talk
Lightning Talk #1 - Transferring Software Engineering Practices as an Educational Process: Lessons and Challenges
SPLASH-E
Yadran EterovicPontificia Universidad Catlica de Chile, Jorge BozoUniversidad Católica del Norte, Chile
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15:40 - 15:50
Talk
Lightning Talk #2 - A Temporal Weighted Grading Scheme for Software Design Courses
SPLASH-E
Vibha SazawalUniversity of Maryland
15:50 - 16:00
Talk
Lightning Talk #3 - Why a theory for software engineering teaching is important
SPLASH-E
María Clara GómezUniversidad de Medellín, Carlos ZapataUniversidad Nacional de Colombia, Yadran EterovicPontificia Universidad Catlica de Chile
16:00 - 16:10
Talk
Lightning Talk #4 - Music and Computing – Integrating Computer Science into the Music Curriculum
SPLASH-E
John PetersonWestern State Colorado University
16:10 - 16:20
Talk
Lightning Talk #5 - OPEN
SPLASH-E
16:20 - 17:00
Day closing
Post-workshop Discussion
SPLASH-E
Eli TilevichVirginia Tech