[LINK] Low-code and no-code development .. but .. security?

Tom Worthington tom.worthington at tomw.net.au
Wed Nov 25 08:54:42 AEDT 2020

On 23/11/20 6:43 pm, David Lochrin wrote:

> On 2020-11-21 08:47, Tom Worthington wrote:
>> Agile seem to work okay for the teams of ANU computer students ...
> ... UTS students ... the second year of their degree. ...

The ANU TechLauncher teams are in the third year or later, including 

> ... did the "customer" write a detailed System Requirements document ...

The projects range from helping collect the requirements and build a 
prototype including selecting the tools and methods, to working on 
already developed requirements. The customer can be an individual who 
knows nothing about computers, up to a major software company with 
strict procedures. One team I tutored were building a biometric feedback 
system for a psychologist treating people with a fear of flying. Another 
was a engineering company needing to simulate a new processor for 
military radar.

The students have already done years on tools and techniques, so the 
emphasis here is on teamwork and communication skills: can they produce 
something useful, soundly designed, which the customer is happy with?

There is an overview at: 

Shayne Flint and others who developed the program, wrote a paper about 
it: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7942964

Here is a later paper on my bit out it: 

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