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  • An Integrated Approach to Software Engineering
     

    This extremely popular textbook provides an introduction to software engineering for undergraduate students of computer science. Its emphasis is on a case study approach in which a project is developed through the course of the book illustrating the different activities of software development. Its first edition was published in 1991, Second Edition in 1997, and Third Edition in 2005. Published by Springer ; Indian edition published by Narosa Publishing House
     


    For more Information please visit:  Home Page of this book


     

 


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  • Fault Tolerance in Distributed Systems

    Fault tolerance is an approach by which reliability of a computer system can be increased beyond what can be achieved by traditional methods. While hardware supported fault tolerance has been well-documented, the newer, software supported fault tolerance techniques have remained scattered throughout the literature. Comprehensive and self-contained, this book organizes that body of knowledge with a focus on fault tolerance in distributed systems. (The uniprocess case is treated as a special case of distributed systems.)
      

    For more Information please visit: Prentice Hall (1994)


     

 

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  • CMM in Practice : Processes for Executing Software Projects at Infosys

    CMM in Practice comprises such a resource. Examining the various stages in the life cycle of a typical software project at Infosys Technologies, the book describes the technical and management processes used to initiate, plan, and execute the project. To enhance the discussion, an actual Infosys project is used as a running example throughout the book. The author, who was one of the main architects behind the quick transition from ISO to CMM at Infosys, shows how these working processes relate to the Key Process Areas of the CMM. He also illustrates how relatively simple and familiar approaches can be combined to raise an organization's software maturity level.


    For more Information please visit: Addison Wesley (2000)

     

 


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  • Software Project Management in Practice

    We often hear about software projects that are late, over budget, or unable to satisfy customer needs. Yet some organizations are able to manage project after project successfully with desired results. In this book, Pankaj Jalote looks at one such organization, Infosys Technologies, a highly regarded high-maturity organization, and details the processes it has in place to manage projects. Revealing exactly how Infosys operates, Jalote provides an excellent case study to guide project managers everywhere. The specific Infosys practices described reflect sound management principles and practices. They are also grounded in common sense, and can be incorporated into any organizationís software development operation easily.


    For more Information please visit: Addison Wesley (2002)

 


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