Is the Unified Process the be all and end all standard for developing object-oriented component-based software? This book is the second in a four volume series that presents a critical review of the Unified Process. The authors present a survey of the alt
This second volume of a four-book series focuses on the design and implementation skeletal versions of new systems for purposes of testing early in the life cycle for quality control. This series is designed to fill the gap between theory and practice with a software process that goes beyond the UP with details of development and production. Fill the gap between theory and practice! Implement a software process that goes beyond the UP with details of development and production. You get a master's collection of best practices from Software Development magazine experts. This volume focuses on the design and implementation skeletal versions of new systems for purposes of testing early in the life cycle for quality control.
Scott W. Ambler started developing software in the early 80s, and has worked in object-oriented development for the past ten years in an array of roles. He is presently engaged as a software process mentor with AmbySoft Inc., a contributing editor
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