This book seeks to provide an overall view of the nature of software engineering, focusing on real world practice and guiding students of software engineering to understand the benefits and drawbacks of various methods. The text follows the natural life cycle of software development, providing the reader with a comprehensive overview of the software development field. The text includes coverage of methods, tools, principles and guidelines. Case studies and examples are also included throughout the text, providing explicit guidelines for virtually every situation that a software engineer may encounter.Key Features:* Can be used by undergraduates and first year students of software engineering and development courses as well as professionals such as: Information Systems Managers, System Engineers, System Analysts, Software Project Managers, Software Engineers* Each chapter has a summary and exercisesSupplement:Instructor's guide and transparency masters: 0195111532Intended for both students and professionals, the text follows the full software development life cycle, including a thorough coverage of methods, tools, principles, and guidelines.
|Title||:||Software Engineering Fundamentals|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 1996|