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"This work is unusual in that the author begins by challenging the notion that the field of software engineering is currently well defined and understood. He identifies two common problems, failure to understand how to develop complete software designs before coding begins and lack of consistent, scientifically verified software engineering techniques."--Reference & Research Book News, October 2013 "…there may be some large-scale project managers in and out of government who will embrace this text as a holy grail…Chapter 15 on verification and validation and chapter 16 on control (configuration management) are particularly helpful and worthy of careful study."--ComputingReviews.com, August 29, 2013

About the Author

Richard F. Schmidt has over 30 years of experience in systems and S/W engineering in the aerospace community. While serving the Air Force Systems Command, he chaired a Joint Service Working Group which produced Revision A of DoD-STD- 2167, Defense Systems S/W Development, and DOD-STD-2168, Defense Systems S/W Quality Program. Richard continued his involvement in standards by chairing the IEEE Working Group on Systems Engineering Management, responsible for the publication of IEEE 1220, The Application and Management of the Systems Engineering Process. Supported the Navy's RDA Chief Systems Engineer (CHENG) Office for 9 years as an independent consultant for Systems and Software Engineering policy and practices, producing the Naval System-of-Systems (SoS) Systems Engineering Guidebook in 2005. Richard is currently the Director of Marketing for Vitech Corporation, the providers of CORE. Richard has also worked for CASE Tool vendors including Rational S/W, and Ascent Logic Corporation.

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HASH(0x8df967ec) out of 5 stars bad layout 29 July 2013
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nothing special, except, the layout which was really really bad on my kindle.
The content is rather boring, no examples, just theory
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