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History of SE Discussion Questions:

  1. What are the differences in office architecture between the late 1800s and now?
  2. How are the ideas of basic logic used in software engineering?
  3. How do you think software engineering will develop in the future?
  4. To what degree can you prove that a program is error free?
  5. Are there more developments we can make relating to the structure of software engineering as discussed in SWEBOK (rather than thinking ahead)? If so, what are some areas that are still hazy or less understood?
  6. What's is widely regarded the next step in software engineering? AI (ML)? Quantum computing? True AI?
  7. Why was Germany one of the leaders in scientific computing? Did the World Wars impact this?
  8. What is functional computing?
  9. How do you think software engineering (and specifically, the more collaborative side of software engineering) have changed with the advent of the Internet, as we know it today?
  10. Is technological growth an exponential function or more of a linear function? Are there expectations of the technology that we will be living with in several years?
  11. What is the programming priesthood?
  12. What is the biggest advancement in this field today?
  13. Why isn't software engineering at the same level as other professions with regard to requiring certification to engineer software?
  14. The video talked a lot about how prominent women were in the history of computer science and software engineering. Today these fields are considered male dominated. What changed?
  15. In what ways will quantum software engineering be different?
Topic revision: r1 - 2020-04-30 - JimSkon
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