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by Roger S Pressman


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Series: McGraw-Hill series in software engineering and technology. Hardcover: 352 pages

Series: McGraw-Hill series in software engineering and technology. Hardcover: 352 pages. Pressman covers a wide range of engineering topics, starting from considering 'software engineering' as a true discipline, on to various team approaches, ways of acquiring project requirements, issues of quality control, and more. It is a solid and comprehensive overview of the issues a software engineer will face.

For almost three decades, Roger Pressman's Software Engineering: A Practitioner's Approach has been the world's leading textbook in software engineering

For almost three decades, Roger Pressman's Software Engineering: A Practitioner's Approach has been the world's leading textbook in software engineering.

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Software Engineering. A practitioner’s approach. McGraw-Hill Series in Computer Science. oger S. Pressman is an internationally recognized authority in software process improvement and software engineering technologies. For over three decades, he has worked as a software engineer, a manager, a professor, an author, and a consultant, focus-ing on software engineering issues. As an industry practitioner and manager, Dr. Pressman worked on the development of CAD/CAM systems for advanced engineering and manufacturing applications.

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The best selling guide to both practitioners and students of software development. This new edition has been restructured to accommodate the dramatic growth in the field and to emphasize new and important software engineering methods and tools. Restructured organization divides the 24 chapters of the third edition into five manageable parts to enable an instructor to "cluster" topics. Included is a "System of Instruction" including text, 10 videos on CASE (computer-aided software engineering), transparency masters (200) and special arrangement with vendor-provided CASE tools. Also included are three new chapters on software metrics, estimation and project plannng replacing original chapter on software project management. Other new chapters are included on user interface design, structured analysis, and a chapter on object-oriented analysis and data modeling. The role of automation in software engineering is presented in three more new chapters on computer-aided software engineering (CASE). Many new examples, problems and points to ponder have also been added.
Terr
This book is especially useful to me because of the chapters of software testing which are usually overlooked or hardly mentioned in other books.
Foxanayn
A great text on the object oriented software engineering. Used the primary text in a graduate level course and it was very helpful and effective.
Querlaca
I've owned this book a long time, and it remains a favorite. Pressman covers a wide range of engineering topics, starting from considering 'software engineering' as a true discipline, on to various team approaches, ways of acquiring project requirements, issues of quality control, and more. It is a solid and comprehensive overview of the issues a software engineer will face. One shortcoming of the book are that it is not as up-to-date on some topics as one would like, such as "extreme programming" and new cost estimation techniques. Additionally, you may find yourself shopping for additional books on specific topics, as the book does not treat all in equal depth. However, it is the best overall survey of software engineering I have found. I would recommend this both for the academic student, and the student of one's profession.
Road.to sliver
I'm a software developer with almost 15 years experience. I'm taking a M.S. level class that uses this book, and I have to say that it's a horrible textbook. Although it imparts some useful knowledge, you will constantly find yourself looking for supplemental information on the Internet. There is not enough information supplied in the textbook to do the assigned homework! Explanations are sometimes jumbled and incoherent. Examples are extremely sparse--if you're lucky, you'll get 1 example of a particular topic, but most of the time you get none.
I am very disappointed with this book. I can't imagine how this book has become so prominent in the software engineering world. Only in academia, I guess...
Steelrunner
I used this text in a software engineering course as an undergraduate. I think the problems with this book are two-fold. First, Pressman tries to cover too much and ends up covering nothing very well. The chapters on client/server architecture, realtime software engineering, and documentation are particularly weak. In many places, Pressman "discusses" an SE topic by citing a bunch of articles and books, thus avoiding the troubling task of having to actually present content. The second main problem with this book is that it is addressed to practitioners, as the subtitle suggests, not students. Pressman almost never addresses questions that start with "why", focusing instead on questions that start with "how". He answers questions like "How do I do a requirements analysis", not "why should I worry about requirements?" or "Why should I prefer cleanroom methods over other alternatives?" These are questions that students will want answers to, but software professionals probably already understand at least intuitively. If you are a professional developer, then you might find Pressman to be a moderately useful reference. If you are a student, forget it. Find another book. If you are doing anything OO-centric, run immediately and buy "Design Patterns" by Gamma, Helm, Johnson, Vlissides. If you are working on some other type of project, like a web or database project, I am sure you can find a better book than Pressman. The verdict: Unless you like shelling out money for mediocre books, avoid this one.
Garne
The author achieves a commendable balance between breadth and depth. None of the topics are discussed at a superficial level. In addition, this text is written in a highly readable style. External sources are frequently referenced, quoted, and summarized. There is an emphasis on software metrics in chapter 5 and chapter 18. A section on structured methods is contained in chapters 11-14. A section on object-oriented methods is contained in chapters 19-23. Excellent introduction to advanced topics such as formal methods, reengineering, client/server, and computer-aided software engineering. Breaks CASE tools into 23 categories. Each chapter includes a set of problems and points to ponder.
Zeleence
This book teachs you how to write hundreds of pages of documentation before writing even a single line of code.
If you work for the government or a bureaucratic large company, you may get a promotion for the documentation. If you work for an effeciency oriented small company, you will get fired.
My prediction is: any company that fully implements the author's method of project management will lose in competition and have to lay off half of its programers within 5 years. This was what happened to IBM 5 years ago and may soon happen to Motorola.

As a consultant, the author knows very well how to make a simple problem very difficult to be understood: unnecessary classifications, unnecessary introduction of not well defined abstract new terminologies and so on.

Just look at a couple of examples:

A control is in fact just a binary (true of false) data. Seperating it from other data doubles the pages. A data transaction differs very little from a data transform, but seperating them doubles the pages again.

A good point is: if you don't know how to communicate to your customer, the author teachs you how:

You may send him a short memo, or a report, or a request, or a documentation, ...

You may have an informal chat with him, or you may have a formal meeting with him, ...

You may send him an e-mail, or you may fax him, or you may have a video-conference with him, or you may simply give him a phone call, ...

(you may leave him a message in case he's not in, this is all I can think of to append to the author's list.)

All these methods are well categorized in the book. Hope all readers can benifit from the instruction.

Xiaolong Wu

Loyola Univ. (Chicago)
Software engineering: A practitioner's approach (McGraw-Hill series in software engineering and technology) ebook
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