Agile Software Factory
Created in 2008 by Dr. Joseph Chao, the ASF actively engages the community, locates partners for student projects, and fosters corporate cooperation to cultivate the skills students need to excel in industry. The ASF, with a grant from the Agile Alliance and sponsorship from BGSU Information Technology Services and the Department of Computer Science, is the first program to integrate agile methods into higher-education curriculum and has been featured in a number of information technology publications.
Corporate ASF memberships support many facets of this program, including scholarships, student wages, hardware and software for development projects, professional training and development, and conference attendance and travel. Through collaborations with the information technology industry, ASF aims to establish, cultivate and steward educational and professional networks that will provide access to our talented and well-trained computer science students. Read more about Agile Software Factory