Software Engineering: A Practitioner's Approach

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McGraw-Hill, 1997 - Computer programming - 852 pages
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This indispensable guide to software engineering exploration enables practitioners to navigate the ins and outs of this rapidly changing field. Pressman's fully revised and updated Fourth Edition provides in-depth coverage of every important management and technical topic in software engineering. Moreover, readers will find the inclusion of the hottest developments in the field such as: formal methods and cleanroom software engineering, business process reengineering, and software reengineering.

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The first software book I read that started me realizing that design was far more important than coding. I knew then that I was a good developer. Read full review

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This is a good reference book that manages to to cover all aspects of software engineering: life cycle models, requirements, design, testing, metrics, it's all here. However, the book is quite ... Read full review

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Pressman is an international consultant in software engineering and has written six books on the subject. He also writes fiction.

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