SBR700 - Open Source Build and Release Project

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Subject Title
Open Source Build and Release Project

Subject Description
This course builds on the skills and knowledge developed in SBR600 by having the student take a partially packaged open source build and release project to completion. The student must have an open source build and release project in progress, along with a faculty mentor and coordinator approval, in order to enroll. Through first-hand experience the student will learn what is necessary to take a working software package and polish, and improve it on the way to making 1.0 product release.

Credit Status
1 credit in the CNS / CTY program.

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