1. 12

A book on teaching software engineering that claims to be different from how SE was taught in its “infancy”. It’s from SEMAT, the group who penned what they claim is the “essence” of software engineering, that is, its DNA. The group is comprised of Bertrand Meyer, Erich Gamma, and others.


  2. 1

    Have you read through this yet? If so, do you recommend it? Do you recommend going through it in the order they present it or jumping around?

    1. 2

      I’m about half done Part I. It’s a little rough around the edges, but it’s alright so far. There’s some statements that cause me to raise an eyebrow, but there are others I find myself nodding in agreement with. At the very least, there’s some decent history bits.

      I plan to write a mini-review when I finish each part and will post it to the site.

      1. 1

        I look forward to it.