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A key goal of educators teaching software engineering is to provide students with useful experience that will benefit them after graduation. A key component of this experience is usually a class project that is meant to expose students to the issues associated with real software development efforts. Unfortunately, educators rarely have the time required to manage software projects in addition to their normal pedagogical duties. As a result, many software engineering courses compromise thedoi:10.1145/1047344.1047400 dblp:conf/sigcse/CoppitH05 fatcat:fw3jcggz5rbz5pixt2y4sdu3pe