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    DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COMPUTER ENGINEERING & SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

    DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COMPUTER ENGINEERING & SOFTWARE ENGINEERING


    • Computer Engineering teaches you how to design systems that include both computer hardware and software.

    • Computer Engineering teaches how computer hardware works and how to build a computer.

    • Computer Engineering emphasis on hardware-related software such as device drivers and operating systems.

    • Computer engineering courses are taught by faculty from both the computer science and the electrical engineering departments.

    • Computer engineers design computers and the basic software that runs both personal computers and the "embedded" computer systems that use in cars, aircraft, videogames, etc.

    So:
    • System engineering is concerned with all aspects of computer-based systems development including hardware, software and process engineering. Software engineering is part of this process.

    • System engineering are involved in system specification, architectural design, integration and deployment (organization).

    Whereas:
    • Software Engineering focuses on how to design and build software in teams.

    • You will take many of the same courses as you would in computer science, but you will take additional courses that teach you about topics like requirements engineering, software architecture, software testing, and software deployment.

    • You will learn about working with people (communication, management, working with non-technical customers), processes for developing software, and how to measure and analyze the software product and the software process.


    SOFTWARE ENGINEERING DIVERSITY.


    • Software engineering is a systematic approach to the software production. 

    • There are no universal software engineering methods and techniques that are suitable for all systems and all companies. However, the methods and techniques depend upon the type of application that is being developed.

    • There are many different types of application including :
    • Stand-alone Applications:
    • Interactive Transaction-based applications :
    • Batch Processing Systems:
    • Entertainment/Games:
    • Embedded systems:
    • Data collection Systems:
    • Etc.

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