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    OSTM micro-course

    Open Source Workflow and Infrastructure

    Students will learn about design and development methodologies, and workflows that support the advantages of peer to peer, highly collaborative, iterative production in the production of open, distributed, and community-driven software. Without appropriate processes and methods, collective software development can turn into a mess. Open source development processes and methods are at the core of quality and organizational managers need the knowledge and understanding of open development to make informed decisions.

    By the end of this micro-course, students will be able to:

    1. Describe infrastructure frequently used to support workflows designed to ensure product reliability and project integrity

    2. Differentiate and critique the support, management, and governance of different types of distributed open source communities

    3. Apply iterative and incremental methodologies to a given problem of practice

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