Measuring team member performance in Scrum - case study
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Based upon information received from the industry, one can define the knowledge and skills that are required for an engineer aiming to work in the IT industry. In this paper the authors present a possible method by which the learning process can be made more efficient. The authors highlight some advantages of the project-oriented approach in a programming course at Subotica Tech, an institution that educates professional engineers. In that course the students are developing applications for mobile devices. This novel method is based on the inclusion of the great number of demands from the industry, which the future engineers meet upon entering this sector.
Source:2017 IEEE 15th international symposium on intelligent systems and informatics (SISY), 2017, 309-314
- IEEE, New York