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Software Engineering (International Computer Science Series)

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A a broad perspective on software systems engineering, concentrating on widely used techniques for developing large-scale software systems. Restructured into six parts, this new edition covers a wide spectrum of software processes from initial requirements solicitation through design and development.
Hardcover, Seventh Edition, 759 pages
Published May 10th 2004 by Addison Wesley Longman (first published January 1st 1982)
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Advanced topics, the third section, include modern topics such as aspect-oriented programming (AOP), component systems, and embedded applications. AOP seems to be moving in from the fringes of software development (Aspect-Oriented Programming with the e Verification Language gives lots of good reasons for that, despite being tangential to normal software). Still, object orientation dominates current practice by a wide margin and gets only minor mention, so I find the emphasis misplaced. Likewise ...more
Ioo Vilmos
Has good research material in it. Using it for my 260 assignment.
Lukasz Pruski
Well, I know this borders on cheating, but I hope you will forgive me. It is 6 p.m. Eastern Time (3 p.m. here, in California) on 12/31/2014. I have read 99 books in 2014 and I pledged to read 100. I hate breaking pledges, so I will briefly review the textbook I have been teaching from all year. I had to read over 50 pages of the textbook today while grading the final exam, so I hope this justifies the inclusion of this review here.

I had taught Software Engineering, since mid-1990s, from various
A seminal volume in the software engineering world. If you are serious about improving your credentials as a true software engineer, you simply must read this text.
Ayesha Talha
A bit boring but well-written!
Léo Felippe Dias
É um guia para quem está começando, muito bom. Recomendo!
Holifah Kasno
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Husain Haider
This book is very good for any one in software field. Some times I lost in the examples. But overall, you can depend on it. I studied it in 2003, but I use it again in 2012 and 2013 and I think I will use it again.
Great book, helped me a lot for software engineering exam
Aldo K. wachyudi
Bacaan wajib buat developer != Bacaan yang menarik.
Qingwei Zhang
Reading Chapter 8, software testing at October 2013.
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