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Nowadays, it is an essential requirement for companies to market new products extremely fast in order to survive. To live up to these standards, certain processes have to be created that support developer teams.

One example is the agile software development. It promises to be customer-friendly, effective, success-oriented, and targets the reduction of overhead to a minimum.

Testing Technologies arranges software development courses in cooperation with FU Berlin teaching students to draft, plan, coordinate and to convert an open source project into practice using agile methods. Basis of proposed projects is the Eclipse-based test automation platform TTworkbench.

Attendees develop user-friendly interface widgets that communicate with an implementation via Google's Protocol Buffer. Optional, they may create lightweight
web-based widgets by use of HTML/JavaScript. The latter will communicate with the implementation via JSON.

The first lessons introduce examples showing capabilities of the TTworkbench framework. In parallel, the teams design their own (sub-) projects and present them in the plenum.

Mixed groups of Bachelor and Master students will be formed that create either a seperate project or take over parts of a major project. Within the weekly plenum, teams will report about their progress or possible issues. At the end of the course results of (sub-) projects will be presented in front of a jury.


Practical Software Development Course at Freie Universität Berlin

Automotive Car2X Communication

This course teaches students to draft, plan, coordinate and to convert an open source project into practice using agile methods. They will define, implement, test and graphically analyze different Car2X communication scenarios based on the project PlayITS.

Lecturers Bogdan Stanca-Kaposta / Dr. Jacob Wieland (Testing Technologies)
Prof. Dr. Ina Schieferdecker (Freie Universität Berlin)
Time Period

Feb 22 - Mar 24, 2016

First Meeting

Oct 27, 2015 | 4:00 to 6:00 pm
Institute of Informatics, Takustr. | SR 053/T9

Language German / English
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Number of Attendees Max: 20
Min: 8

Assessment Criteria

  • Software Intelligence 30%
  • User Interface Design 30%
  • Ergonomics 30%
  • Presentation 10%

Target Group

  • Master and bachelor students starting from their 3rd year
  • Students minoring in computer science


  • Basics in
    • Java programming
    • Google's Protocol Buffers
    • HTML/JavaScript
  • Helpful are
    • Basics in software engineering
    • Kowledge of version control systems

Attendees are particularly encouraged for continuing their projects in terms of master and diploma theses afterwards. Please do not hesitate to direct your questions to

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