If you are interested in SLE = Software Language Engineering, then this is for you!
Some people have been doing SLE-ish or modern CC-like courses over the
last few years or will be doing this soon. This is the right
time to share. Indeed, think of SLECOURSE as a sharing
vehicle for course-related resources, not as an actual
(concrete) SLE course. The expectation is that actual and
possibly quite different courses can draw from this place (and
contribute to it.) Please, spend a few minutes of your time to
pick some "filets" from your SLE-related teaching pool today.
The Creative Commons Attribution License applies to the wiki content. Specific licenses may apply to individual contributions.
- Objectives -- What is the goal of this effort?
- Incentives -- Who is interested in this effort?
- Contributions -- What can you leverage for your SLE course?
- Guidelines -- How to contribute the easy and the right way?
- News -- History of this project.
- Tags -- How to usefully tag contributions?
- FAQ -- Frequently asked questions.