Software Project Management

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McGraw-Hill, 2002 - Computer programming - 358 pages
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The subject of this work is evolutionary and this third edition reflects the changes to industry-standard software. These changes are established throughout undergraduate programmes in computing and information systems. The book takes a practical approach, with many examples and exercises and features wide-ranging subject matter and coverage of international standards. It is suitable for professional examinations, particularly the ISEB and BCS.

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an overview of project planning i
Project evaluation
Selection of an appropriate project approach

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