In CSE216 Software Engineering, during the course of the entire semester you work with a group of 5-6 students and create a software. The main goal of the class is collaborate with a team to create large-scale software systems. The objective of the course is to learn about the software life cycle, life-cycle models, software planning, testing, specification methods, and maintenance. It also emphasizes on teamwork and large-scale software systems, including oral presentations and written reports. The software we were required to create was a Point of Sale (POS) system of some sort that you allow a store to process sale, rental, and return. The POS our team created was for Video Game Store because that was what our inventory consisted of. The POS system was created using Java and mySQL for the database of inventory. During the entire course, every week we have scrum meeting with our team to discuss our progress and what needs to be done. Some weeks, the TA from the class would attend our meetings to make sure we were on the right track. This week was the final week to submit of software and documentations for it. Below is the picture of the final version of the POS:
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