On Teaching Software Engineering
Proving why ''those who can't, teach.''
When I was a Computer Science undergraduate, at the turn of the millennium, by far the least engaging subjects that I studied were those on Software Engineering. Few know how to make Gantt charts exciting, and discussions of software development process models have never been my cup of tea, even if I did develop a real appreciation for empirical software engineering in the meantime. I deeply dig the irony, therefore, that I chose to be a Software Engineering teacher in 2016. [Read More]