Readings in Component-Based Software Engineering
[COMP 250-04]

COMP 250-04 is a graduate seminar course in which we will explore the current state of theory and practice in component-based software endgineering. Success in developing large and distributed software systems increasingly depends on the integration of software components that have been developed, perhaps by commercial software providers, for use in a variety of applications. In this course we will read the latest papers and other research reports related to the topic building systems out of components. We will be reading background papers as well as those reflecting the latest thinking. Reading about specific component technologies including EJB, .NET, CORBA and OSGI will also be found on the Annotated CBSE Bibliography.

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Weekly meetings: Tuesdays 7:00-9:30, location Halligan 106

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Professor: Judith Stafford
Office Hours: Tue 18:00-19:00, Wed 16:00-17:00
Office: Halligan 212
Campus Phone: 617.627.2491
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Teaching Assistant: Eddie Aftandilian
Office Hours: Wed 16:00-17:00
Office: Halligan 107