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Software Engineering by Ivan Marsic

Small book cover: Software Engineering

Software Engineering
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Publisher: Rutgers University
Number of pages: 389

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This book reviews several important technologies for software development with a particular focus on Web applications. Emphasis is given to underlying principles and basic concepts, rather than completeness. This text is designed for upper-division undergraduate and graduate courses in software engineering.

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