[SystemSafety] Teaching software engineering (was Re: Logic)

From: Martyn Thomas < >
Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2014 12:58:01 +0000

On 19/02/2014 12:28, Michael J. Pont wrote:
> If we want to "change the embedded world" through the teaching that we are
> providing in universities, then I think we need to start by covering what I
> would see as *core* software-engineering skills for the sector that I work
> in (understanding system hazards, recording requirements, use of appropriate
> software architectures, use of coding guidelines, code reviews, testing vs.
> verification, etc). On top of this, we can add formal methods - but I think
> we need what I would see as the core skills first.

I agree. One of the basic insights of the CMM is that you need to move up through the maturity levels and must not skip any steps.


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