Software Engineering 8
The eighth edition of the best-selling introduction to software engineering is now updated with three new chapters on state-of-the-art topics.
New chapters in the 8th edition
O Security engineering, showing youhow you can design software to resist attacks and recover from damage;
O Service-oriented software engineering, explaininghow reusable web services can be used to develop new applications;
O Aspect-oriented software development, introducing new techniques based on the separation of concerns.
O Includes the latest developments in software engineering theory and practice, integrated with relevant aspects of systems engineering.
O Extensive coverage ofagile methods andreuse.
O Integrated coverage of system safety, security and reliability - illustrating best practice in developing critical systems.
O Two running case studies (an information system and a control system) illuminate different stages of thesoftware lifecycle.
Visit www.pearsoned.co.uk/sommerville to access a full range of resources for students and instructors.
In addition, a rich collection of resources including links to other web sites, teaching material on related courses and additional chapters is available at http: //www.software-engin.com.
IAN SOMMERVILLE is Professor of Software Engineering at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland.
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After reviewing this book, we have dropped it from our recommended reading list for programmers. Although it provides a good overview, it lacks precision and insight. At www.minimalistic.eu the main books recommended to our engineers are as follows:
1. Code Complete
2. The Pragmatic Programmer
3. Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs
4. The C Programming Language
5. Refactoring: Improving the Design of Existing Code
6. Introduction to Algorithms
7. The Mythical Man-Month
8. The Art of Computer Programming I-V
9. Head First Design Patterns
10. Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Programming