- Reflections on Courses for Software Language Engineering
- MODELS Educators Symposium 2014
- Book/source title
- EduSymp 2014 : MODELS Educators Symposium 2014
- Book/source subtitle
- proceedings of the MODELS Educators Symposium, co-located with the ACM/IEEE 17th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems (MODELS 2014) : Valencia, Spain, September 29, 2014
- Pages (from-to)
- Aachen: CEUR
- CEUR workshop proceedings: 1613-0073
- Volume (Serie)
- Document type
- Conference contribution
- Faculty of Science (FNWI)
- Informatics Institute (IVI)
Software Language Engineering (SLE) has emerged as a field in computer science research and software engineering, but it has yet to become entrenched as part of the standard curriculum at universities. Many places have a compiler construction (CC) course and a programming languages (PL) course, but these are not aimed at training students in typical SLE matters such as DSL design and implementation, language workbenches, generalized parsers, and meta-tools.
We describe our experiences with developing and teaching software language engineering courses at the Universities of Bergen and Koblenz-Landau. We reflect on lecture topics, assignments, development of course material, and other aspects and variation points in course design.
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