Software and Systems Verification - Hírek

SWSV: HA3 results and discussion

The results of the third home assignment for the Software and Systems Verification has been published to each team's wiki page. Please check the evaluations and feedback.

On Thursday during the time for the lab session, each team should discuss the results with the instructors, where questions can be asked about the evaluations face to face. We ask that at least one member from each team be present. There will be no labs this week, just the discussion of the HA results.

SWSV: HA2 results and discussion

The results of the second home assignment for the Software and Systems Verification has been published to each team's wiki page. Please check the evaluations and feedback.

On Wednesday during the second half of the lecture, each team should discuss the results with the instructors, where questions can be asked about the evaluations face to face. We ask that at least one member from each team (preferably the lead of HA2) be present at the lecture.

SWSV: HUSTEF Teszt&Tea meetup, lecture

The Hungarian Testing Forum (HUSTEF) conference will be next week (29-31 October).

There will be no lecture on 31 October. Read more »

SWSV: Lab results in Neptun

The results of the LAB0-LAB2 sessions have been entered into the Neptun course management system.

You can find them in Instruction / Tasks / Lab completion [Oktatás / Feladatok / Labor teljesítés].

If there is any error in the results, please write an email to the lead instructor with your name, neptun id, the number of the lab session and a link to the team repository pointing to the lab folder demonstratring the completion of the lab using a screenshot.

SWSV: Lab folders renumbered

There was an error in the instructions for naming the folders in the lab branch, and therefore some of the teams numbered the labs starting from lab1, lab2...

As this year we number the labs starting from lab0, lab1..., we renumbered those folders in the teams' repositories.

Please check your repository.

SWSV: HA1 results and discussion

The results of the first home assignment for the Software and Systems Verification has been published to each team's wiki page. Please check the evaluations and feedback.

On Wednesday during the second half of the lecture, each team should discuss the results with the instructors, where questions can be asked about the evaluations face to face. We ask that at least one member from each team (preferably the lead of HA1) be present at the lecture.

SWSV: HA1 consultation

This week you can ask questions about the first home assignments:

  • The second half of this week's lecture will be dedicated to questions about the home assignment. Each team can asks questions individually from the instructors.
  • If you have technical problems, use the Q2A site or show us the problem in this week's lab session.

SWSV: VM in BME Cloud for the course

As an experimental feature, we created a virtual machine template in the Smallville datacenter of BME's cloud.

If you log in with your EduID directory account, then you should be able to create an SWSV-2018-v1 virtual machine.

The VM contains Windows 10, Java 8, Maven, Git, Eclipse, IntelliJ, Atom, SonarQube and some other tools that will be used in the labs and home assignment. Read more »

SWSV: Forming teams (2018)

The home assignment of the Software and Systems Verification course has to be solved in teams of four.

Students can form teams, and the teams shall register using this form.

Deadline: 2018-09-06 12:00

The students, who do not have teams, can find team members in the practical sessions on 6th and 13th September. Read more »

SWSV: Invited speaker on 5 September 2018

We invited an industrial speaker for the second half of the first lecture of the Software and Systems Verification course:

Arpad Csincsak (GE Healthcare)

His talk will be about testing trends and challenges.

Bio: Árpád Csincsák is a testing expert and enthusiast with 16 years of experience in software engineering. He works for the GE Healthcare as a global Test Leader where he oversees test activities of 40 scrum teams across the globe.

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