Software Engineering Quality Practices (Google eBook)

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CRC Press, Nov 1, 2005 - Computers - 280 pages
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Learn how to attract and keep successful software professionals
Software Engineering Quality Practices describes how software engineers and the managers that supervise them can develop quality software in an effective, efficient, and professional manner. This volume conveys practical advice quickly and clearly while avoiding the dogma that surrounds the software profession. It concentrates on what the real requirements of a system are, what constitutes an appropriate solution, and how you can ensure that the realized solution fulfills the desired qualities of relevant stakeholders. The book also discusses how successful organizations attract and keep people who are capable of building high-quality systems.

The author succinctly describes the nature and fundamental principles of design and incorporates them into an architectural framework, enabling you to apply the framework to the development of quality software for most applications. The text also analyzes engineering requirements, identifies poor requirements, and demonstrates how bad requirements can be transformed via several important quality practices.
  

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Contents

Project Management
73
Configuration Management
89
Requirements Engineering
103
Design
139
Programming
169
Verification
177
Remaining Quality Practices and Issues
199
Competing Approaches
213
Summary
237
Index
253

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