|Lecture:||Productive and Scalable Software Engineering|
|Lecturer:||Jaroslavs Samčuks, Google|
|Date & time:||April 28, 2010, 17:00–19:00|
|Venue:||Balling hall, Technical Library, Prague|
Abstract of the lecture:
Software engineering is the process of 1) analyzing; 2) designing; and 3) implementing and modifying software. An important requirement is to make the software reliable, accessible, faster and maintainable. How to meet these requirements if there is only one developper working on a project? And how the situation will change if there are hundreds of engineers crafting the same product? What is the cost of the software development in such a case? How a software company should minimize the costs in such environment?
This lecture will investigate how to understand these tradeoffs. We will discuss:
Short CV of Jaroslavs Samčuks:
Jaroslavs Samčuks is a productivity engineer (Software Engineer in Test) working for Google and YouTube, crafting utilities helping to tune development environment, internal data-debugging tools, etc.
FIT Informatics Wednesdays is a series of lectures and workshops organized by the Faculty of Information Technology of the Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU). The series aims at students, CTU employees, and professionals in informatics.
Admission is free of charge.