Professional Software Development: Shorter Schedules, Higher Quality Products, More Successful Projects, Enhanced Careers
Addison-Wesley, 2004 - 243 páginas
Renowned software expert Steve McConnell helps software students transition to the role of software professionals. Significant developments are afoot that will impact the future careers of student programmers, including initiatives in education, professional development, certification, and licensing. Some of these developments are well thought out and positive - others are being forced and need to be improved before they are standardized. Software development is changing, whether programmers recognize it or not. Programmers who are not paying attention could easily find themselves working as twenty-first century software janitors. This book describes the occupation of computer programming as it exists today and the profession of software engineering as it can exist in the future.
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Another McConnell book, this one is about the software engineering profession. Here, McConnell emphasizes the importance of best practices, and how successful companies who use them do a lot better ... Leer reseña completa