• Course code:63725
  • Credits:6
  • Semester: summer
  • Contents

The development of modern information systems is a complex process that must consider not only the complex technological challenges, but also a variety of organizational factors, which often fatally impact the success of the development projects. Rapid changes in information technology and business environment additionally increases the complexity of the development process. Development teams must be prepared to continuously integrate changes and new requirements. Furthermore, they must be able to cooperate in large project teams involving several different organizations. Participation and/or management of such teams requires a lot of knowledge and experience. Even an excellent programmer is unable to properly cooperate in a project team, if he doesn’t understand the meaning and content of requirements and design documentation. Moreover, he also needs to understand his role in the context of other development procedures such as requirements acquisition, testing, etc.

The course Development of information systems will introduce the key techniques and approaches used in the development of information systems. It will present the key procedures and phases of object, structural and agile development methodologies of information systems. In the context of analysis and design we will focus on UML and other diagramming techniques that are commonly used in the development processes. The course will provide an overview and understanding of the technical processes of development, such as: requirements capture, analysis and design, implementation, testing and deployment. Furthermore, it will provide an insight into the key support processes in particular iterative management of information systems development projects. Labs will enable you to apply the knowledge acquired in this course on a practical project. In this course you will gain key knowledge for understanding the development process of modern information systems. This knowledge will help you to successfully participate in and lead development teams as a part of your professional work.

  • Study programmes
  • Distribution of hours per semester
45
hours
lectures
30
hours
laboratory work
  • Professor
Teaching Assistant
Room:R2.58