Kevin Wendt

Kevin Wendt is a Teaching Specialist at the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. He teaches courses ranging from graduate software engineering to introductory programming for non-majors. Prior to joining the U of M, he taught for 6 years at a 100-year old technical college, Dunwoody College of Technology, and worked as a applications programmer for Wells Fargo & Co. for 5 years.
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Engineering Practices for Building Quality Software (Coursera)

Agile embraces change which means that team should be able to effectively make changes to the system as team learns about users and market. To be good at effectively making changes to the system, teams need to have engineering rigor and excellence else embracing change becomes very painful and [...]
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Software Development Processes and Methodologies (Coursera)

Software is quickly becoming integral part of human life as we see more and more automation and technical advancements. Just like we expect car to work all the time and can't afford to break or reboot unexpectedly, software industry needs to continue to learn better way to build software [...]
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Introduction to Automated Analysis (Coursera)

This course introduces state-of-the-art techniques for automated analysis. Automated analysis encompasses both approaches to automatically generate a very large number of tests to check whether programs meet requirements, and also means by which it is possible to *prove* that software meets requirements and that it is free from [...]
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Introduction to Software Testing (Coursera)

After completing this course, you will have an understanding of the fundamental principles and processes of software testing. You will have actively created test cases and run them using an automated testing tool. You will being writing and recognizing good test cases, including input data and expected [...]
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Black-box and White-box Testing (Coursera)

After completing this course, learners will have an understanding of a variety of black-box and white-box testing techniques. The learner will have put this understanding into practice, creating effective sets of test cases (called a test suite) to properly exercise software for defect finding. The learner will have examined [...]
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