Noura Alomar is currently a faculty member in the Software Engineering Department, College of Computer and Information Sciences, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. In 2014, Alomar was awarded the degree of Master of Science in Software Engineering from the School of Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton, Southampton, UK. She received her BSc degree of Computer and Information Sciences in Information Technology from King Saud University in 2011. Her current research focuses on software project management, user authentication, gamification, crowdsourcing technologies, human computing behavior and cross-cultural user-experience design.
This is a continuation of the graduation project started in SWE496 . The focus will be in this part on low-level design, implementation, testing and quality assurance as well as management...
This course covers the main knowledge areas of project management (time, cost, quality, scope, risk, human resources, communications, etc.) by focusing on software projects. Project...
The graduation project I is the first part of a senior design and development software project that will give the chance to students to apply the knowledge they acquired in the curriculum...
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The proliferation of malicious content on the web and the rapidly growing demand for defending web-based systems motivated quality assurance practitioners to use cost-effective web...