These videos support the material in Chapters 4, 5, 6 and 17 in the 10th edition of Software Engineering. My videos are starred (*).
In this introductory video I explain what is meant by requirements and requirements engineering.
This is the first of a series of short, clearly explained requirements engineering videos by a leading RE consultant. You can access other videos by following the links on the YouTube page. I like these videos but the problem with them is that they lack examples, and this makes the discussion a bit abstract.
In this video, I present different views of requirements engineering processes including some views not discussed in the book.
In this video, I discuss some fundamental requirements engineering ideas that are used to reflect the fact there are many different perspectives on requirements engineering.
In this video, I explain why requirements engineering is difficult and discusses specific challenges related to change, people and politics.
User stories (*)
In this video I explain how informal descriptions of scenarios (user stories) can be used in requirements engineering to support requirements elicitation and documentation.
System modeling and the UML
UML 2.0 video tutorial. (Derek Banas)
This is the first of a set of video tutorials that introduce the UML 2.0 notation. You can access the others, that cover the main UML diagram types, from this introduction.
A very simple introduction to these UML models.
An interesting perspective on software architecture where the presenter sees it as a set of models that are needed to reason about risks of software failure.
This is an introductory webinar from the US Software Engineering Institute that explains what is meant by software architecture and its business importance.
Introduction to Distributed Systems (relevant to Ch 17)
Explains what is meant by a distributed systems and introduces some systems characteristics and issues in distributed systems engineering.
A good general overview of the client-server architectural model
A high-level introduction to SaaS and its business advantages