This course talks about software development lifecycles a description/prescription for how we write software. Design is a step in this life cycle, and the course explores the implications of this. Design has a role in the life cycle; it is always there, regardless of the kind of life cycle we’re talking about. Why is that? Why was design considered as a step in this life cycle?
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TOP REVIEWS FROM SOFTWARE DESIGN AS AN ELEMENT OF THE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT LIFECYCLE
This course looks very basic if you are already worked on any one of requirements, design, implementation, or testing teams. more details can be included for user
Engaging presentation and food for thoughts. Although high level, I found the course worthwhile even as an experienced software engineer.
This course helped me to generate interactive classroom through the use of SDLC, and formative assessment and feedback.
A basic course but worth for gain the initial insights about the design and software development lifecycle.
About the Secure Software Design Specialization
Information security is an extremely important topic in our world today. As individuals, we seek to protect our personal information while the corporations we work for have to protect suppliers, customers, and company assets. Creating secure software requires implementing secure practices as early in the software development lifecycle (SDLC) as possible.
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