Figure Methods Tools and Technology Relationships

The experience of the authors is that the knowledge in this guide, applied by practitioners, along with the effective use of methods, tools, and techniques encapsulated in 34 competencies, will result in quality software. "Quality" incorporates the necessary functionality as well as other factors such as reliability, usability, etc. Figure 2 represents how ideas are turned into products through iterations of such use.

Figure 2. Transforming Ideas into Products

Figure 2. Transforming Ideas into Products

Products

Products

While based on the SWPM course materials, this book is not simply a recitation of them. The specific combined experience of these authors (almost 100 years worth) permeates the work and attempts to blend the thoughts of about 30 instructors into "one voice." A composite case study has been developed containing most of the common types of problems encountered in software projects. The project scenario reflects today's increasingly common need for rapid "Internet time" software development.

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