Software Development in an Academic Environment

Researchers: Christopher Brooks
Advisor:Edward A. Lee

The goal is to train electrical engineers in the art of software development through hands on activities such as design and code reviews, Extreme Programming, test suites and nightly builds[1][2].

Recent results include the release of Ptolemy II and set up of nightly build environments for Mescal and Metropolis.

[1] J. Reekie, S. Neuendorffer, C. Hylands and E. A. Lee "Software Practice in the Ptolemy Project," Technical Report Series, GSRC-TR-1999-01, Gigascale Semiconductor Research Center, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720, April 1999.

[2] Christopher Hylands Brooks, "Software Development in the Academic Environment," (PDF PPT), Chess Workshop, September 30, 2003.

Last updated 11/01/04