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  CE Department- Sharif University of Technology Fall 99-00 - Group 1 

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  1399-09-08 November 28, 2020 07:59 PM  
Dear ASD students,

Please be informed that the deadline for Assignment-1 has been extended. The new deadline is Friday 14 Azar. This should give you enough time to finalize your reports. Please note that you should email your reports to the TA.


Best regards
Ramsin

  1399-08-27 November 17, 2020 09:21 AM  
Dear ASD students,

The first assignment is attached hereto. The deadline for submitting the report is Monday 10 Azar.

Best regards
Ramsin

  1399-08-04 October 25, 2020 10:49 PM  
Dear ASD students,


The following are the resources that were mentioned in class; they are recommended for agile coding in Java:

1-      A catalog of Java idioms, available at: http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?JavaIdioms.

2-      A short book (attached) that introduces essential conventions for naming, documentation, and coding in Java (a two-page summary has also been provided). The following webpage is also quite useful: http://geosoft.no/development/javastyle.html.


Best regards
Ramsin

  1399-07-28 October 19, 2020 08:56 AM  
Dear ASD students,


Please be informed that our class will not be held today (Monday 28 Mehr); I’m rather unwell. I apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause.


Best regards
Ramsin

  1399-07-25 October 16, 2020 09:13 AM  
Dear ASD students,


As announced in class, Lecture 3 of the ASD course will be replaced by a new version that will focus on DSDM instead of Scrum. Please be informed that this new version will be posted on the course-page on Sunday, the day before our next class (as you surely know, no classes will be held tomorrow).


Best regards
Ramsin

  1399-07-25 October 16, 2020 09:11 AM  
Dear ASD students,

Please find attached the resources that I had promised to send you:

1-      A Classification for Non-Functional Requirements

2-      A Taxonomy for Software Development Risks


Best regards
Ramsin

  1399-07-21 October 12, 2020 10:00 PM  
Dear ASD Students,

As mentioned in class, there are three books on antipatterns that are highly recommended for students of software engineering. The books are available here: http://ce.sharif.edu/courses/99-00/1/ce475-1/resources/root/Books/Books%20on%20Antipatterns.rar. I strongly suggest that you read the following parts of these books:

1-      From the old Antipatterns book by Brown et al. (1998): all students are encouraged to read the “Grand Old Duke of York” antipattern (pp. 113-114).

2-      From the more-recent Antipatterns book by Neill et al. (2012): all students are encouraged to read the “Corncob” antipattern (pp. 23-38).

The above books (and others) are also available on the ASD course-page on CE-Courseware (Resources section).

Best regards
Ramsin

  1399-07-12 October 03, 2020 04:53 PM  
Dear ASD students,


Please be informed that the video recordings of our classes will be available here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1P0AV3ljtfzQ0L4k1RFziO-C8yvwDz8Mf?usp=sharing.

Please note that I will try to record all the classes, but the system is not reliable and this might not be always possible. I strongly advise you to attend the sessions.


Best regards
Ramsin

  1399-07-12 October 03, 2020 04:53 PM  
Dear ASD students,

As mentioned in class, there is a ten-minute talk on my aspirations for Software Engineering students. The talk is available here: http://ce.sharif.edu/courses/99-00/1/ce475-1/resources/root/Aspirations.rar. I think you will find it useful.

Best regards
Ramsin

Instructor:
Raman Ramsin
(ramsin at sharif dot edu)

3 Units
Saturday and Monday, 10:30 to 12:00
Room: https://vc.sharif.edu/ch/ramsin

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