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About the Course

The design step in developing software has some unique characteristics. First of all, it’s the only step where drawing pictures of things is the norm. Why is that? What do pictures do that other representations cannot do? Pictures have varying levels of detail; pictures have context. Pictures…paint a picture. Why are these things important? In this course, too, we begin looking at other disciplines (building architecture is a favorite one) for lessons on design....

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TN

Aug 17, 2020

it is a very good course and I am very happy to complete it I learn a lot about design and security aspect thank you so much university of Colorado

KD

Mar 16, 2020

Very interesting course, in terms of content and the delivery.

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By Aglaia F

Feb 08, 2020

This is a very interesting overview of some historical and contemporary technologies and how they were build with security in mind from the ground up, or in some cases how initial design flaws caused serious vulnerabilities later on. Very useful and informative.

By Slavisa D

Oct 28, 2019

Nice introduction to software threats and how to mitigate them already in the design phase. I am happy and curious to learn more and get deeper insights. Thank you!

By Kimberley D

Mar 16, 2020

Very interesting course, in terms of content and the delivery.

By Mathew S B

Jun 15, 2020

very good

By ROSHINI A

Mar 06, 2020

good

By Wayne C L

Jan 18, 2019

Pretty good start, a bit stretchy at the end. Great for people fairly new to the security business, early material good for everyone.

By Tarun k n

Aug 17, 2020

it is a very good course and I am very happy to complete it I learn a lot about design and security aspect thank you so much university of Colorado

By Hezekiah E A

Sep 04, 2020

Very informative