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Beginning Software Engineering: Part I   NEW!

There is more to software engineering than coding—coding is the easy part. Starting from scratch, we will touch upon each of the phases of the Software Development Life-Cycle, focusing on beginning processes and skills. By the end of Part I, you will have installed and configured software development environments for Java and SQL on your personal computer, you will design three simple Java applications, and you will install a working relational database. With this overview of beginning software engineering skills, you will be prepared to move on to Part II next term and will have the experience you need to decide whether to pursue further study and/or a career in software engineering. No previous programming experience required. Although this course is taught in a PC lab, skills are transferrable to Mac.

 

Classes will not be in session:

Wednesday, September 19 (Yom Kippur)

Monday, October 8 (Columbus Day)

Thursday, October 11 (no evening classes at BHS, Tappan Gym & UAB)

Monday, November 12 (Veteran's Day)

Wednesday, November 21 (daytime classes will meet as scheduled, no evening classes)

Thursday-Saturday, November 22-24 (Thanksgiving break)

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Evening Satellite Office:
Brookline High School
115 Greenough Street, Brookline

(617) 730-2700

bacep@psbma.org

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