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Do you have a career in the software industry? Are you a software developer who want to unveil your skills in order to build innovative software products? This course will introduce you to the skills necessary to create software. We will explain how people from different professions can work together in order to create innovative software. We will also present the most important activities for generating effective software products and services to meet tomorrow’s demands.


This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.


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Course Credit: Universidad Carlos iii de Madrid

Course Curriculum

Week 1: The Da Vinci Code
Lecture 1.1: Introduction 00:07:00
Lecture 1.2: Sensazione talent 00:06:00
Lecture 1.3: Dimostrazione talent 00:07:00
Lecture 1.4: Curiositá talent 00:09:00
Lecture 1.5: Sfumato talent 00:09:00
Lecture 1.6: Arte/Scienza talent 00:09:00
Lecture 1.7: Connessione talent 00:10:00
Lecture 1.8: Interview 00:08:00
Week 2: The Digital World Code
Lecture 2.1: Is software eating the world? 00:03:00
Lecture 2.2: Knowing the values of the digital world 00:07:00
Lecture 2.3: Building organizations with continuous improvement talent 00:08:00
Lecture 2.4: Visual communication 00:09:00
Lecture 2.5: I love my work 00:07:00
Lecture 2.6: High-value team collaboration 00:07:00
Lecture 2.7: Becoming a digital leader 00:08:00
Lecture 2.8: Survival in the digital world 00:06:00
Week 3: Identifying needs
Lecture 3.1: Do we really need requirements? 00:09:00
Lecture 3.2: Are you sure you know what I want? 00:08:00
Lecture 3.3: You should buy an insurance policy! 00:11:00
Lecture 3.4: What is a requirement? Expressing needs 00:10:00
Lecture 3.5: When to do what with my requirements? 00:08:00
Lecture 3.6: Did you do the right thing right? 00:10:00
Lecture 3.7: Your goal: a specification 00:10:00
Lecture 3.8: Hands on work 00:13:00
Week 4: Do not reinvent the Wheel, no need!
Lecture 4.1: My precious! 00:09:00
Lecture 4.2: Fight the Not Invented Here (NIH) syndrome 00:05:00
Lecture 4.3: Collaborative building 00:20:00
Lecture 4.4: Composable and reusable software 00:07:00
Lecture 4.5: Incentives: Software Integration and Reuse 00:05:00
Lecture 4.6: Disruptive software with/for reuse 00:08:00
Lecture 4.7: Hands on work 00:07:00
Week 5: Portray a Creator in the Age of Software
Lecture 5.1: Take a look on software design 00:08:00
Lecture 5.2: Components: The pieces of the software puzzle 00:09:00
Lecture 5.3: Draft, refine, divide and conquer 00:06:00
Lecture 5.4 Data is the feed of your digital solution 00:08:00
Lecture 5.5: Integrating smart things 00:09:00
Lecture 5.6: Integrating services from the cloud 00:08:00
Lecture 5.7: Creating the choreography of your puzzle 00:08:00
Lecture 5.8: What is next? 00:05:00
Week 6: Looking for perfection
Lecture 6.1: Testing? What? 00:04:00
Lecture 6.2: Looking for quality 00:05:00
Lecture 6.3: Components in structure 00:07:00
Lecture 6.4: Components in action 00:07:00
Lecture 6.5: Software as a whole 00:05:00
Lecture 6.6: Trends, Big Data 00:08:00
Lecture 6.7: Looking for perfection 00:04:00
Week 7: From software-centric to human-centric
Lecture 7.1: Computing is everywhere 00:07:00
Lecture 7.2: From computing-centered to human-centered 00:07:00
Lecture 7.3: What humans can and can’t do 00:08:00
Lecture 7.4: What humans want and don’t want to do 00:09:00
Lecture 7.5: What devices and interfaces are for 00:06:00
Lecture 7.6: How can I design the interaction? 00:07:00
Lecture 7.7: Can you help me? 00:08:00
Lecture 7.8. Interview 00:09:00
Week 8: Creativity and participatory design
Lecture 8.1: What is creativity? 00:08:00
Lecture 8.2 How do we fuel our imagination? 00:08:00
Lecture 8.3: Design thinking methods 00:08:00
Lecture 8.4: Testing ideas quickly and iteratively 00:08:00
Lecture 8.5: Putting users in the loop 00:09:00
Lecture 8.6: Working together 00:08:00
Lecture 8.7: Closing the loop putting the control into the user hands 00:07:00
Lecture 8.8: Interview 00:12:00
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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