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Transitioning to Distributed Development in Students' Global Software Development Projects: The Role of Agile Methodologies and End-to-End Tooling
Found in: Software Engineering Advances, International Conference on
By Christelle Scharff, Olly Gotel, Vidya Kulkarni
Issue Date:August 2010
pp. 388-394
From 2005 to 2008, we explored different models of collaboration in student software development projects. In the past, project roles were distributed across students in the US, Cambodia, India and Thailand. What was common to our previous models was the c...
 
From Student to Software Engineer in the Indian IT Industry: A Survey of Training
Found in: Software Engineering Education and Training, Conference on
By Vidya Kulkarni, Christelle Scharff, Olly Gotel
Issue Date:March 2010
pp. 57-64
The benefits of Global Software Development are now well known and India currently has the lion’s share in outsourced offshore software development. As a result, the demand for skilled IT professionals is increasing in India. In order to meet the demand, n...
 
Quality Indicators on Global Software Development Projects: Does
Found in: Global Software Engineering, International Conference on
By Olly Gotel, Vidya Kulkarni, Moniphal Say, Christelle Scharff, Thanwadee Sunetnanta
Issue Date:July 2009
pp. 3-7
In Spring 2008, five student teams were put into competition to develop software for a Cambodian client. Each extended team comprised students distributed across a minimum of three locations, drawn from the US, India, Thailand and Cambodia. This paper desc...
 
A Global and Competition-Based Model for Fostering Technical and Soft Skills in Software Engineering Education
Found in: Software Engineering Education and Training, Conference on
By Olly Gotel, Vidya Kulkarni, Moniphal Say, Christelle Scharff, Thanwadee Sunetnanta
Issue Date:February 2009
pp. 271-278
The project experience described in this paper builds upon three years of running global software development projects in an educational setting. It explicitly addresses some of the difficulties we have experienced in the past in getting students to delive...
 
Integration Starts on Day One in Global Software Development Projects
Found in: Global Software Engineering, International Conference on
By Olly Gotel, Vidya Kulkarni, Christelle Scharff, Longchrea Neak
Issue Date:August 2008
pp. 244-248
Since 2005, Pace University, Delhi University and the Institute of Technology of Cambodia have been partnering to offer students the opportunity to work on globally distributed software development projects. The innovative collaborative model has evolved t...
 
Working Across Borders: Overcoming Culturally-Based Technology Challenges in Student Global Software Development
Found in: Software Engineering Education and Training, Conference on
By Olly Gotel, Vidya Kulkarni, Christelle Scharff, Longchrea Neak
Issue Date:April 2008
pp. 33-40
Facilitated by the Internet, global software development has emerged as a reality. The use of shared processes and appropriate tools is considered crucial to alleviate some of its issues (e.g., space and time differences), homogenizing the environment of d...
 
Distributing Responsibilities to Engineer Better Requirements: Leveraging Knowledge and Perspectives for Students to Learn a Key Skill
Found in: Requirements Engineering Education and Training
By Olly Gotel, Vidya Kulkarni, Moniphal Say, Christelle Scharff, Thanwadee Sunetnanta
Issue Date:September 2009
pp. 28-37
Getting students to appreciate the value of writing high quality requirements can be a difficult undertaking. This paper spotlights an educational experience in which students from across the globe were brought together to write the requirements for a soft...
 
Quality-Driven Competition: Uniting Undergraduates, Graduates and Professionals on Global Software Development Projects
Found in: Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training Workshops
By Olly Gotel, Vidya Kulkarni, Moniphal Say, Christelle Scharff
Issue Date:April 2008
pp. 19-21
This short paper describes an innovative project-based learning experience for Software Engineering Education and Training. A global software development project is currently underway to unite students from across the globe, with widely different backgroun...
 
Teaching software engineering using globally distributed projects: the DOSE course
Found in: Proceeding of the 2011 community building workshop on Collaborative teaching of globally distributed software development (CTGDSD '11)
By Bertrand Meyer, Carlo Ghezzi, Elisabetta Di Nitto, Giordano Tamburrelli, Julian Tschannen, Martin Nordio, Nazareno Aguirre, Vidya Kulkarni
Issue Date:May 2011
pp. 36-40
Distributed software development poses new software engineering challenges. To prepare student for these new challenges, we have been teaching software engineering using globally distributed projects. The projects were developed in collaboration with eleve...
     
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