A controlled software maintenance project
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A group project is presented that introduces students to the need for inter-group communication and controlled work on an evolving program. The project concentrates on the maintenance phase of the software lifecycle and gives students experience in configuration management, version control and software management.
KeywordsGroup Project Version Control Software Maintenance Design Document Maintenance Process
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