Building Software : A Practitioner's Guide Hardback
Part of the Applied Software Engineering Series series
Novel in its approach to software design, development, and management, Building Software: A Practitioner's Guide shows you how to successfully build and manage a system.
The approach the authors recommend is a simple, effective framework known as Solution Engineering Execution (SEE).
Through SEE, you create a successful solution by following a highly organized, well-planned process.
This process makes you view the solution from a holistic, systematic perspective.
Developing a successful system requires that you are able to address technology matters related to architecture, design, selection, integration, and security.
Building Software: A Practitioner's Guide offers insight into how to make software reliable and how to ensure it meets customer and organizational needs.
Using the above approach you are able to:Find a good solution to the problem at handFocus on engineering the solution wellAddress all aspects of delivery associated with the solution The book provides insightful examples of cross-domain and legacy solutions that allow you to overcome common software concerns such as requirement issues, change control, quality and schedule management, and internal and external communication problems.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 384 pages, 1 Tables, black and white; 65 Illustrations, black and white
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Publication Date: 07/09/2007
- Category: Software Engineering
- ISBN: 9780849373039