The first part of this presentation will introduce SEEM, the Software Engineering Effectiveness Model. An overview of the current software crisis will be discussed, highlighting the need for SEEM in modern software engineering. Object oriented design and thought processes will be discussed, in regards to the change of present-day software from the “cowboy” programming of the past. SEEM’s tools and functionality will be discussed, with a demonstration of the functional process, using a real-world application – the Patient Data system for Mercy Outreach Center (MOC) of Rochester. The second part will be a discussion of the MOC case, regarding my experience with “service learning”, and a discussion of the obstacles and issues that were found during the development of the MOC system, and which are common to many software engineering/development projects.
|Presenter:||Muldair Moore (Undergraduate Student)|
|Time:||11:25 am (Session II)|
Writing @ The Graduate Level
6 pm - 7 pm