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|Software Engineering, 6th ed.
Joined: 19 Jan 2004
Location: In the middle of Sweden
Posted: Thu Nov 25, 2004 10:02 am Post subject: Software Engineering, 6th ed.
Sommerville, Addison-Wesley 2001
It's one of the classic textbooks in Software Engineering. It's recommended literature for a number of programs, including the IEEE CSDP certification. Each chapter has a "key points" summary, "further reading" and "exercises", just like any decent textbook. The text itself is very comprehensive, without going into great detail and guaranteed non-controversial. All in all, very easily digestible, though a bit bland. And, I have to admit, a bit boring too. Contrary to many other, more exciting, books, it does cover software maintenance, legacy systems, re-engineering, process improvment, and configuration management, none of which is very exciting, but all of which are necessary to know something about.
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