In this work a description of using PTC Windchill Project Link in education of students of Computer Science during a practical course of the group software development is given. The students learn how to cooperate in construction of a software project according to SCRUM – one of the most commonly used agile software development methodologies. PTC Windchill is used to organize their work and to collect the process artifacts. After one semester experience, strong and weak points of this system are pointed out.
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