Object-Oriented and Classical Software Engineering

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McGraw-Hill Companies,Incorporated, 2007 - Computers - 618 pages
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Integrating case studies to show the object oriented approach to software engineering, Object-Oriented and Classical Software Engineering, 7/e presents an excellent introduction to software engineering fundamentals, covering both traditional and object-oriented techniques.

The coverage of both Agile processes and Open Source Software has been considerably expanded. In addition, the Osbert Oglesby running case study has been replaced with a new case study on the Martha Stockton Greengage Foundation. The new study highlights even more aspects of the Unified Process.

The book’s unique organization remains in place, with Part I covering underlying software engineering theory, and Part II presenting the more practical life cycle. Complementing this well-balanced approach is the straightforward, student-friendly writing style, through which difficult concepts are presented in a clear, understandable manner. The new seventh edition provides an extensive updating of this classic software engineering text!

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It is one of the best book for understanding the organized and classical object oriented software engineering. Really enjoyed reading it, the book have some great examples and easy to undertand. Read full review


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Stephen Schach is a professor at Vanderbilt University.

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