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Object-Oriented Software Engineering: Using UML, Patterns and Java

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This text is intended for courses in software engineering, software development or object-oriented design and analysis at the senior or graduate level. It can also be utilized in short technical courses or short, intensive management courses.
Hardcover, 2nd edition, 762 pages
Published September 25th 2003 by Prentice Hall (first published 2000)
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Torben Rasmussen
Aug 24, 2012 Torben Rasmussen rated it liked it
Bruegge have assembled a comprehensive book on software engineering that covers most aspects of the lifecycle. Not all parts are equally good and some parts are slightly outdated. Overall a decent book that can service as basis for introducing software engineering and the complexity around large systems and organisations.
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A book well worth considering as the supporting textbook for an introductory, undergraduate two-semester course on Software Engineering. Bruegge and Dutoit also claim it can be used for an introductory 16 week long course by covering the first three sections of each of its sixteen chapters. By omitting the chapter on rationale management and compacting the five chapters on design, it may be possible to squeeze it, with some reservations, into twelve weeks.

It is a tighter, more cohesive book than
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