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CDT402 Course in the CSEE&T Hall of Fame



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Our CDT402 course on “Distributed Software Development”, run by MDH jointly and remotely with Politecnico di Milano (Italy) and FER University (Croatia), has been included in the HALL OF FAME for courses at the CSEE&T conference (top conference in software engineering education and training).

 The following universities were included in the Hall of Fame in three different categories:

  • Graduate: Carnegie Mellon University
  • Undergraduate: Rochester Institute of Technology and University of Ottawa
  • Course: Mälardalen University, FER University and Politecnico di Milano, for our joint CDT402 course


According to the committee, our course represents “highest achievement in the field, serving as model of what can be achieved and how in software engineering education and training”.