Eiffel: Analysis, Design and Programming
|General info:||News | Course description | Grading | Course books | Downloads | Further reading|
|Lectures:||Subjects and Slides|
|04.10.2007||Initial version of the course page|
|16.10.2007||Upload of the initial version of the slides, updated the grading requirements, updated the download link.|
|17.10.2007||Slides updated, date, time and location of the exam has been fixed.|
|19.10.2007||Slides updated, exercise sheet 1 is now available.|
|25.10.2007||The ordering of lectures has been changed. Exercise sheet 2 is now available for download.|
|1.11.2007||Third exercise is now available. Have fun.|
|4.12.2007||Updated the slides, publishing the final version of all slides. Clarified the exam text.|
Web page at the computer science department: 251-0291-00
Eiffel is a programming language but also a general method for producing quality software, applicable to all stages of the lifecycle starting with requirements analysis. This course provides a hands-on introduction to the method and language, enabling students to master the technology and start doing analysis, design and programming in Eiffel.
The grading of the course will be based on a written exam (90 minutes) held on December, 10th, 2007 at 12:15 in IFW A 34. No material is allowed to be used during the exam.
The lecture will be held as a block-seminar with courses every day between October 16, 2007 and November 2nd, 2007.Bernd Schoeller is the organizing assistant for the course. Please contact him if you have any questions.