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last modified 2005-04-13 04:32 PM

This section provides materials for the T++ Technical Training Program's courses which I both develop the curriculum for, as well as teach. The courses are sponsored by the New York Software Industry Association (NYSIA) and managed by the CUNY Institute of Software Design and Development (CISDD), with funding from the Department of Labor.

Software Project Management Version 1 (SPM1)

An online version of the presentations given in the original SPM1 may be found here.

Software Project Management Version 2 (SPM2)

The second version of the Software Project Management course (SPM2) is divided into 10 four-hour class sessions. Course books and associated presentations are available for download in PDF file-format. The course books contain the class session agenda, all presentation slides in outline format and (for nearly all sessions) a class group exercise. The presentations are the same material in slide format.

The course bibliography may be found here.

A list of tools and resources related to software project management may be found here.

Object Oriented Analysis and Design using UML

Object Oriented Analysis and Design (OOA/D) is divided into 5 eight-hour class sessions. Course books and associated presentations are available for download in PDF file-format. The course books contain the class session agenda, all presentation slides in outline format and (for nearly all sessions) a class group exercise. Python files used in class are also available. The presentations are the same material in slide format.

The course bibliography may be found here.

A list of tools and resources related to software project management will be placed here.

Re-Engineering Fundamental Skill Sets for New Technologies

Re-Engineering Fundamental Skill Sets for New Technologies (RFSS) is divided into 3 eight-hour class sessions. Course books and associated presentations will be available for download in PDF file-format. The coursebooks contain the class session agenda, all presentation slides in outline format and (for nearly all sessions) a class group exercise. The presentations are in slide format.

The course bibliography will be added.

The FOSS Field Guide link page may be found here.


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