Novel in its approach to software design, development, and management, Building Software: A Practitioner's Guide shows you how to successfully build and manage a system. The approach the authors recommend is a simple, effective framework known as Solution Engineering Execution (SEE).
Through SEE, you create a successful solution by following a highly organized, well-planned process. This process makes you view the solution from a holistic, systematic perspective.
Developing a successful system requires that you are able to address technology matters related to architecture, design, selection, integration, and security. Building Software: A Practitioner's Guide offers insight into how to make software reliable and how to ensure it meets customer and organizational needs.
Using the above approach you are able to:
The book provides insightful examples of cross-domain and legacy solutions that allow you to overcome common software concerns such as requirement issues, change control, quality and schedule management, and internal and external communication problems.
Failure. Systems. Strategies. Requirements. Architecture and Design. Data and Information. Life Cycles. The Semantics of Processes. Off-the-Shelf Software. Customization. Migration. Quality and Testing. Communication. Reports. Documentation. Security. Conclusion. Appendix. Bibliography.