New Agile and Lean Software Development Course at The University of Auckland, New Zealand

Calling all Agile and Lean Practitioners in Auckland!

Propose a Project for a new Agile & Lean software development course at The University of Auckland.

Do you a neat project idea that requires programming but do not have the time or expertise to develop it yourself? The University of Auckland Software Engineering students can help!

I’m pleased to announce the launch of a new 700-level course in Software Engineering at The University of Auckland.

SoftEng761: Special Topics in Software Engineering featuring Agile and Lean Software Development

I’ll be running the course in Semester 1, 2013 (March – June 2013)

SoftEng761 is a project-based course focusing on teamwork, customer collaboration, and core software engineering practices. It is designed to allow students to gain practical experience in using Agile and Lean software development methods to develop software prototypes in collaboration with customers (industry representatives.) Typical students are expected to be final year Bachelor of Engineering students and Master of Engineering studies students. This provides an excellent opportunity for you to explore a prototype of a new software application or extend/refresh an existing system. Working with our final year BE and ME studies students will also help raise your visibility as potential employers for our future graduates.

Please contact me at if you have any queries.

Please feel free to forward this post on to friends and colleagues who may be interested.

Rashina Hoda

PhD, Lecturer of Software Engineering
Group Leader, SEPTA Research
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
The University of Auckland
New Zealand

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Agile researcher, educator, speaker, writer

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