I am a contract professor at the University of Trento, where I now teach Advanced Software Engineering. The course focuses on Ruby on Rails, test-driven development and other established best practices for developing software.
Before that I used to teach Software Project Management, a course illustrating techniques to manage software-intensive projects. The SPM Book website provides more information about the course and “Introduction to Software Project Management”, the book I published in 2014 with CRC Press.
Other teaching experiences at the University of Trento include “UML modeling” and “Languages and Translator”. The former was based on UML 1.4 and Rational Rose. The latter was based on the “Dragon book”1 and introduced some of the theory behind compilers and included various exercises based on Flex and Bison.
Prehistorical experiences include teaching C, C++, fundamentals of the unix operating system, and data communication.
As part of my teaching duties I have the opportunity to supervise students: you can view a list of the students who graduated under my supervision.
Compilers: Principles, Techniques, and Tools by Aho, Alfred V., Sethi, Ravi, Ullman, Jeffrey D. (1986) ↩