Software Engineering: Fundamental Principles and Practice -- Article Index

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1. Introduction

I. Software Management

2. Introduction to Software Engineering Management

3. The Software Life Cycle Revisited

4. Configuration Management

5. People Management and Team Organization

6. On Managing Software Quality

7. Cost Estimation

8. Project Planning and Control

II. The Software Life Cycle

9. Requirements Engineering

10. Modeling

11. Software Architecture

12. Software Design

13. Software Testing

14. Software Maintenance

15. Software Tools

The Software Engineering program in this Guide provides students with skills that are widely applicable, highly in demand and richly rewarded. Software engineering is a discipline concerned with the processes, methodologies, techniques, and tools of developing high-quality software systems in a cost-effective manner. The this Guide emphasizes the best software engineering practices, current methodologies, emerging technologies, and their applications in various industries. It also emphasizes the development of communication and presentation skills in a team-based software development environment. According to the latest data published by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, software engineer has been consistently among the fastest growing IT professions in the US, and is projected to be in high demand in the US in the foreseeable future. This Guide encompasses all important aspects of software engineering, including: requirements engineering, software architecture and design, software construction, software testing and quality assurance, software maintenance, and software project management.


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