Short Courses on Software Testing & Metrics

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Thu Apr 8 12:35:48 EST 1993


U.C. Berkeley
Continuing Education in Engineering
Announces 2 Short Courses in 
Software Testing and Metrics


Software Testing (April 19-21, 1993)

This intensive three-day course covers both the current industrial practices and
advanced technologies available to successfully implement and sustain an
improved software testing program.  The advanced software testing technologies
discussed are intended to encourage the planning of future enhancements to
software test programs.

Lecturers: Warren Harrison, Ph.D., Paul W. Oman, Ph.D., Mark Wiley

Software Metrics (April 22-23, 1993)

Measurement is an essential part of improving the software development process.
Measurement facilitates the objective characterization and baselining of an
organizations current software assets, as well as providing a method to
characterize its evolution and improvement.  This course covers both the
theoretical foundations of measurement and software metrics, as well as their
application to improve and characterize the software development process.

Lecturers: Gene Miluk, M.S., Warren Harrison, Ph.D.


For more information (complete course descriptions, outlines, instructor bios,
etc.) contact:

Harvey Stern
U.C. Berkeley Extension/Southbay
800 El Camino Real Ste. 150
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Tel: (415) 323-8141
Fax: (415) 323-1438




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