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Beginning Software Engineering

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Book Details:

Publisher:Wrox
Series: Wrox , Beginning
Author:Rod Stephens
Edition:1
ISBN-10:1118969146
ISBN-13:9781118969144
Pages:480
Published:Mar 23 2015
Posted:May 17 2015
Language:English
Book format:PDF
Book size:16.47 MB

Book Description:

Build better software with essential software engineeringtechniques Beginning Software Engineering teaches you the practical,hands-on skills needed to design and build robust, efficient, andconsistently reliable software. Using jargon-free English, thisbook uses numerous case studies to demonstrate important conceptsand techniques, and describes methods that can be applied to anyprogramming language. Each chapter concludes with a Try It Out andHow It Works section where you can test your skills with practiceexercises. No previous programming, development, or managementexperience is required for you to learn how to complete essentialtasks within all development approaches including linear,waterfall, and agile. * Understand the concept of software engineering * Explore the pros and cons of major development approaches andlearn the major tasks performed regardless of approach * Discover how tasks are handled differently betweenapproaches Written for new programmers wanting to build excellent,functional software, Beginning Software Engineering providesvital information and hands-on training.

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