3.3.4 ARCH

This coming semester, we will be offering ARCH-PROJ, that is the project module for the software architecture course ARCH-VUE. The project will be with DATEV and in this project, students will learn how to analyze a real (in "from the wild") software system. Aufgabe des ARCH-Projektes wird es s...

In ARCH-PROJ, our software architecture project, a student team today presented their findings from documenting, analyzing, and suggesting improvements with respect to the use of open souce code in a commercial product. The student team found various discrepancies between assumed use of open source...

This coming semester, we will be offering ARCH-PROJ, that is the project module for the software architecture course ARCH-VUE. The project will be with BMW Car IT and in this project, students will learn how to analyze a real (in "from the wild") software system using its code component graph. Stude...

For clarification purposes, here are the precise teaching time slots for the upcoming summer semester 2016: AMOS—Wednesdays: Lecture at 10:15-11:45 Uhr, exercises at 12:30-14:00 Uhr or 14:15-15:45 Uhr ARCH—Thursdays: Lecture + exercises at 14:00-17:00 Uhr, coaching at 12:30-13:55 Uhr...

Teaching projects (Lehrprojekte) are projects in which student teams apply what they learned in class to a task provided by industry. The AMOS Project is our flagship course on this, but we also apply the concept to ARCH, the software architecture course. Below, please find a photo from the final pr...

For clarification purposes, here are the precise teaching time slots for the upcoming summer semester 2015: AMOS—Wednesdays: Lecture 10:15-11:45 Uhr, Exercises: 12:15-15:45 Uhr ARCH—Thursdays: Lecture + exercises 14:00-17:00 Uhr KOLL—Mondays: Seminar 12:15-13:45 Uhr PROD—...

During the upcoming summer semester (SS15) we will be teaching our usual courses AMOS, ARCH, and PROD. We will have 10 ECTS projects available for AMOS and ARCH, but not for PROD. We will post the project descriptions soon as we are nearing completion. If you are curious, you can already learn more ...

Today we discussed JP Morgan Chase's presentation of "technology in banking" at Stanford's EE380 class. Discussion notes from the blackboard below, as usual. Also, in the lower part of the blackboard, the power law result of a recent paper on the distribution of coupling relationships in Java. ...

Today in the Software Architecture seminar we watched and discussed: Richard Monson-Haefel: 10 Things Every Software Architect Should Know Dan Ingalls on Forty Years of Fun with Computers For the first talk, please find the black board notes below.

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