Is your organization getting the maximum value out of its precious, limitedresources (specifically, money, time, and manpower)? Most professionaldevelopers do not consider the business implications of the technical decisionsthey are making -- but they should! In order for software engineering to trulybecome an engineering discipline, software professionals need to know andunderstand the engineering economy.This new book helps software practitioners appreciate the organizationalramifications of each decision they make. It is an insight into the engineeringeconomy that more software organizations aspire to. Each chapter contains aseries of self-study questions to help the reader apply the learned techniques,and the book can also serve as a reference that software engineers can turn to,again and again.Über den Autor:
Steve Tockey is the principal consultant at Construx Software, where he consults on active development projects and teaches software requirements, design, quality, and software project management. He has been in the software industry since 1977, and has worked on applications ranging from radiation monitoring equipment to business systems to automated test equipment for commercial airliners.
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