Teaching software development vs. software engineering

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Gary Pollice

Date archived: April 7, 2017 | First published: December 15, 2005

from The Rational Edge: Why do so many software development projects either fail or result in poor-quality products? It may have something to do with the way we educate software professionals, this author contends. Drawing a distinction between software engineering and software development, he outlines the practical approach he uses to prepare college students for their first industry job.

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