Project-Based Software Engineering: An Object-Oriented Approach
||Author: Evelyn Stiller, Cathie LeBlanc|
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Publisher: Pearson Addison Wesley (17 July, 2001)
Sales Rank: 545,860
Average Customer Rating: 2.5 out of 5
Customer ReviewsRating: 4 out of 5
This book was great--I think that anyone who wants to do more than just sit down and start coding, anyone who wants to understand how to actually design code so that it does what you and your users actually want it to do will find this book to be one of the best written on the market.
Rating: 1 out of 5
A book that should have never been written
This is an incredibly annoying and useless text. I had to use this particular travesty of a book for a software engineering course and I got nothing out of it.
The title of the book is an absolute misnomer. The term "software engineering" tends to imply that the text would be of some use in a computer science course in which a fair amount of coding is involved. However, you should expect nothing of the sort from this thing. All that you'll find in this text is list after list of silly terms that have absolutely no bearing on the subject of object-oriented software design. This is a book for those individuals who will end up as managers - those that don't have the ability to write code but who nevertheless feel that they should be in computer science. It's simply a waste of paper that would be more at home in a soft management course in some third tier business school.
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