The New Software Engineering
by Sue Conger
Publisher: Global Text Project 2008
Number of pages: 831
This book discusses the software engineer's project related knowledge and theoretical background in order to facilitate and speed the process by which novices become experts. It covers project planning, project life cycles, methodologies, technologies, techniques, tools, languages, testing, ancillary technologies (e.g., database), and computer-aided software engineering (CASE). For each topic, alternatives, benefits and disadvantages are discussed.
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