Stop Writing Embarrassing Code

unnamedIEEE Free Course: SWEBOK Version 3.0 Best Practices for Software Development

Learn about the latest features and additions in the new version of the IEEE Computer Society Guide to the Software Engineering Body of Knowledge (SWEBOK).  Participate from the convenience of your home or office.

IEEE Computer Society and University of California Irvine have teamed up
to host a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) to provide  software developers, computer science students, and engineers with the latest developments and improvements that have been made to the foundational document for software engineering knowledge.
unnamed-1The three-week online course, “Stop Writing Embarrassing Software Code: SWEBOK Version 3.0 Best Practices for Software Development,” will be taught by Don Shafer, IEEE Computer Society Vice President of Professional Activities and a distinguished global expert in the practice of software engineering.
The course will begin on 17 February 2014, and meet from 10-11 a.m. PST each Tuesday and Thursday for 3 weeks. Presentations will be followed by an open discussion forum, a quiz, and a review of comments raise during the discussion.
Here are some of the course topics taught by IEEE Computer Society experts:
  • Key Knowledge Areas for the practice of software development
  • Ways to prevent common pitfalls and mistakes
  • Valuable lessons learned from practitioners
  • Most effective approaches and methods for successful software development.