For the presentation component you are to prepare and deliver a 20 minute presentation on one of the following topics. Your presentation must include appropriate citations to authoritative sources and, where appropriate, a bibliography of additional sources so that the reader can learn more. Your presentation (PDF or PPT) must be submitted to me on the day that you present, and will be posted on the web page.
Presentation ScheduleThe scheduled 20 minutes per presentation includes time for questions and answers. All presentations are in EN1000.
|Wed. Oct. 28||14:00||Nikhil Bhatia||Rational Unified Process|
|14:40||Chad Levesque||Extreme Programming|
|15:00||Nicholas Butt||Design Patterns|
|15:40||Alex Conrad||Aspect-oriented programming|
|16:00||Andrew Butt||Functional Programming|
|16:20||James Anderson||Literate Programming|
|16:40||Philip O'Keefe||Logic Programming|
|Thu. Oct. 29||12:00||Robert Lockyer||The Mythical Man-Month|
|12:20||Andrew Carter||Software Verification in Practice|
|Fri. Oct. 30||13:00||Adam Young||Safety Critical Systems|
|13:20||Neil Evans||Licensure for Software Engineers|
Presentation Style Tips
The target audience is your classmates, so you should do your best to make your presentation both interesting and informative to them. The presentation should be professional, but need not be too formal -- treat it as you would a presentation to your colleagues in the workplace (don't dress up, but choose appropriately from your normal work wardrobe).