Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1946/28739
Software maintenance typically represents 60% of software development effort, yet is mostly ignored in computer science education. In this case study, we examine the students’ impres- sion of what they learn when participating in a software maintenance course at Reykjavik University which focuses on a large scale software development project. The background of the course is introduced, how the course is set up and what its learning outcomes are. We summarize how we measure the students impressions. The results from those measurements are discussed, and used to suggest improvements to the project and the course.
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