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Project II

Presentation

The Project II course aims to promote the acquisition of the skills necessary for the execution of a software project and / or information system in accordance with good practices, and with a view to a coherent integration of the knowledge acquired in other curricular units. Project II underlies the previous course of Project I where the software project charter was defined and planned.

 

The course promotes the adoption of software development tools, including programming languages and integrated development environments. It is also intended to encourage proactive research behaviours, stimulate creative thinking and critical ability in the design of the software system architecture, as well as promoting good software engineering and documentation practices.

Programme

IT Engineering

Level of Qualification|Semesters|ECTS

| Semestral | 12

Year | Type of course unit | Language

3 |Mandatory |Português

Code

ULP452-512

Recommended complementary curricular units

  • Project I
  • Software Engineering
  • Project Management

Professional Internship

Não

Syllabus

  • Software Engineering topics
  • Integrated Development Environments (IDE)
  • Development of software projects
  • Software project documentation

Objectives

  • Promote the acquisition of skills for the execution of software projects and information systems;
  • Develop project management information systems;
  • Integrate knowledge acquired in Project I, Project Management and Software Engineering, among other courses;
  • Develop the capacity to build software;
  • Development of a software project, including documentation.

Teaching methodologies and assessment

Continuous evaluation

 

Classes will be taught on a tutoring basis, in order to adapt to the project under development.
The evaluation will be carried out in three moments:

 

  • Evaluation of the two intermediate presentations made (including the initial work proposal) and an analysis of the student's regular performance, in relation to the defined objectives (30%);
  • Evaluation related to the project / prototype developed (50%). The evaluation of this component will be based on the project report, as well as an analysis of the student's performance and participation (and progression) during the semester;
  • Presentation and defense of the project (20%).

References

  • Bourque, P. and R.E. Fairley (eds.). Guide to the Software Engineering Body of Knowledge (SWEBOK). IEEE Computer Society. 2014. Available at: http://www.swebok.org.
  • Hevner, A. R.; March, S. T.; Park, J. & Ram, S. Design Science in Information Systems Research. MIS Quarterly, 2004, 28, 75-106.

 

Office Hours

 Nome do docente

Horário de atendimento

Sala

José Braga de Vasconcelos

Sexta-feira (14h30 - 16h30)

Gabinete de Coordenação