Experiences in teaching a graduate course on model-driven software development
Computer Science Education
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Model-driven software development (MDSD) aims to support the development and evolution of software intensive systems using the basic concepts of model, metamodel, and model transformation. In parallel with the ongoing academic research, MDSD is more and more applied in industrial practices. After being accepted both by a broad community of researchers and the industry, it is now being introduced in university courses. This article describes the experiences of three years of teaching of the graduate course Model-Driven Software Development at Bilkent University in Turkey. The lessons learned can be useful for peer educators who teach or aim to teach a similar course. © 2011 Copyright Taylor and Francis Group, LLC.
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