A Manager's Guide to Software Engineering

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McGraw-Hill, 1993 - Computers - 528 pages
Using a unique question-and-answer format coupled with pragmatic advice, readers will find solutions to more than 450 commonly-used questions and problems covering technology transitions, the software development lifecycle, methods for estimating project costs and effort, risk analysis, project scheduling, quality assurance, software configuration management, and recent technological breakthroughs.

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A Business Perspective
Software Engineering
Establlshing a Point of Departure

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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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