Welcome!

This is the home page for Sections 1 and 2 of CS 4530 (Fundamentals of Software Engineering) and Sections 2 and 6 of CS 5500 (Foundations of Software Engineering). These sections will share the same syllabus and lecture notes and follow the same schedule.

For information about Section 1 of CS 5500, (insert link to page for Mike Shah's section). For information about Sections 3 and 4 of CS 5500, please consult the appropriate web page for Seattle sections.

Meeting Times & Locations

CS 4530 (Section 1, Professor Tip) T 6:00pm-9:15pm Robinson Hall 411 (RB 411)
CS 4530 (Section 2, Professor Bell) TF 1:35pm-3:15pm Richards Hall 300 (RI 300)
CS 5500 (Section 2, Professor Wand) T 6:00pm-9:15pm Kariotis Hall 011 (KA 011)
CS 5500 (Section 6, Professor Bell; meets with CS 4530 section 2) TF 1:35pm-3:15pm Richards Hall 300 (RI 300)

Instructors

Jon Bell
(CS 4530 Section 2 & CS 5500 Section 6)
Frank Tip
(CS 4530 Section 1)
Mitch Wand
(CS 5500 Section 2)

Teaching Assistants

TA1
TA2
TA3
TA4
TA5
TA6

Piazza

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Textbooks

There are no required textbooks for this course, but you may find the following books helpful: Note: NU students have free online access to most or all O'Reilly books via the NU Library. Go to https://library.northeastern.edu/research/resources/items/oreilly-for-higher-education-previously-safari-books-online and follow the links. If asked to select your institution, select "None of the Above", which is the first item on the menu, and log in with your northeastern.edu email address. This will get you full access, and will also keep track of your favorites, etc.

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