A Brand New Digital Academic Dummies' Guide on Software Engineering on Free-ebooks.net By Rosina S Khan

Top Quote This book is for Computer Science and Engineering undergraduate students, which is simple to comprehend so that these students would enjoy reading and benefit from learning the foundation concepts of Software Engineering. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) February 07, 2020 - The academic eBook titled as, "The Dummies' Guide to Software Engineering" is authored by Rosina S Khan. It has been released on Feb 1, 2020 by the pioneering digital publisher, Free-ebooks.net in Nevada, USA.

    The book is integrated from various resources and molded with what I have from my teaching experience and therefore, this book becoming alive.

    The book is organized into nine chapters and two Appendices.

    In the first introductory chapter, we become familiar with professional software development that would consist of people developing software products including code, programs, and documentation.

    In chapter 2, we are concerned with Requirements Engineering introducing user and system requirements.

    The third chapter on Design is lengthy taking into account all possible types of system designs such as User Interface Design, Modularity, Architectural-Based Design, Pattern-Based Design, WebApp Design, Navigation Design, Component-Level Design, Object-Oriented Hypermedia Design Method (OOHDM), Object-Oriented Design using UML (Unified Modeling Language) as well as Data Flow Design.

    Chapter 4 deals with software processes such as Waterfall Model, The Spiral Model, Prototyping, Incremental Development, Open Source Software Development, Agile Methods and Extreme Programming and the Unified Process.

    Chapter 5 describes the Project Teams in respect of the principles behind the teams working, how functional and project teams operate and finally how the chief programmer team operates.

    Chapter 6 is about Software Metrics and Quality Assurance. Metrics or measures applied to software will help us determine the quality of software, monitor and improve the software. Quality assurance is similar in that monitoring and controlling the process of a software development system helps meet its quality goals.

    Chapter 7 portrays about Project Management on the overall. It is an activity trying to verify that software development is successful.

    Chapter 8 summarizes software testing. Testing is done to ensure that the software does what it is intended to do and to discover any defects the program has before putting it to use.

    Chapter 9 goes on to explain software evolution. As a matter of fact, software development does not stop after it has been developed but continues to evolve throughout the lifetime of the system.

    Last comes the Appendix section. There are two short appendices A and B. Appendix A considers several short sample case studies on software engineering. Appendix B illustrates a UML summary showing the basic concepts and notations.

    I present all the chapters and appendices in an easy to understand format in the form of a Dummies’ Guide.

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    About the Author:
    Rosina S Khan is a valued and wonderful author of other interesting academic guides titled as, "The Dummies' Guide to Database Systems: An Assembly of Information" and “The Dummies’ Guide to Compiler Design” as well as 21 short fiction stories on http://www.free-ebooks.net. She has also authored and self-published 16 self-help eBooks.

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