Tuesday, October 13, 2009

eValid Chosen For Classroom Use in USC Center for Systems and Software Engineering

eValid is pleased to be able to provide copies of eValid for classroom use in the USC Center for Systems and Software Engineering. eValid will be used in the full-year advanced graduate level course on Software Engineering I -- CSCI 577a/b -- that is co-taught by Prof. Barry Boehm and Prof. A. Winsor Brown.

One goal of this course is to have students use eValid to perform regression testing, loading, and site analysis activities on student-developed websites. All of the projects are involved are being done for real clients of the Center, and all of these developments involve a browser-based user interface. The class will be organized into 14 teams and each team will be responsible for one project that runs through the entire school year.

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