Practical Software Engineering A Case-Study Approach by Leszek Maciaszek

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  • Computers,
  • Computers - Languages / Programming,
  • Computer Books: Languages,
  • Computers / Programming / Software Development,
  • Programming - Software Development,
  • Software Engineering

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The Physical Object
Number of Pages864
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Open LibraryOL10460176M
ISBN 100321204654
ISBN 109780321204653

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Reviewer: Robert C. Burns This book provides guidance on how to execute software design, programming, and process management for enterprise applications. The provided guidance is presented using a combination of methods, including agile development techniques; the rational unified process (RUP); unified modeling language (UML), and an architectural framework called presentation-control.

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Software Project Survival Guide. A step-by-step guide to running a successful software project. This was a good book in its day, but today I would recommend an introductory Scrum book instead.

Code Complete, 1st Edition. A practical handbook of software-construction practices. Super s eded by Code Complete 2. This is still available as a new. A fundamental software engineering project management guide based on the practical requirements of "Taming Wild Software Schedules".

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