Web Engineering: A Practitioner's Approach

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McGraw-Hill Education, Jan 22, 2008 - Computers - 480 pages
This book by the author of the best-selling Software Engineering: A Practitioner's Approach is unique in its application of software engineering principles to building effective web-based systems and applications. Roger Pressman and his co-author, David Lowe, offer practical advice to students and professionals alike on how to engineer and maintain complex websites.

Roger Pressman is the leading authority in software engineering and one of the best-known authors in computer science. His new book targets the emerging web engineering market, an area whose parameters and character are still evolving and where an experienced and trusted voice is especially welcome.

This book is designed to provide students with a solid understanding of a pragmatic process for engineering Web-based applications. It is written in an informal, conversational style, using a question and answer format to mentor the reader in this new engineering discipline.

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Web Engineering
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A Web Engineering Process
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Table at Contents
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Roger S. Pressman is an internationally recognised authority on software process improvement and software engineering technologies. He is currently president of R. S. Pressman and Associates Inc., a consultancy specialising in software engineering practices.

David Lowe, MCSE MCT, is a Subject Matter Expert/Instructional Software Design Engineer with Microsoft Corporation. Prior to this, he was an e-Business Consultant and Senior Lecturer in Internet Technologies with the Center for Advanced Technology Training (CATT), a division of Siemens Business Services, in Dublin, Ireland. During his time at CATT, David was frequently involved with the development and delivery of Microsoft Official Curriculum on XML, BizTalk Server 2000 and Commerce Server 2000, and was often invited to deliver beta and trainer preparation courses for Microsoft in Redmond. David regularly speaks on XML and BizTalk Server technologies at international conferences and has given presentations at Microsoft TechEd in Amsterdam and Barcelona, and at Microsoft Technology Week in San Diego. In whatever spare time he can find, he also runs www.xmltrainer.com.

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