RISE documents its experience in Software Engineering in the recently published book „Softwaretechnik: Mit Fallbeispielen aus realen Entwicklungsprojekten" (Software Engineering: With Examples from Best Practice Projects). Software Engineering is the art, the handcraft and the industry to produce this expensive raw material - software. Implementation of software is a challenging task to complete projects successfully within a given time and budget frame.
The book is the basic framework for building robust software systems and provides a balanced view. It is a guideline how modern software development projects with the effort sizes from 12 person-months (for example a Web shop for local products) through 120 (eg operational management of a medium-sized company) to 1200 (eg savings and asset management of a large bank) are managed efficiently. The book is targeting students specializing in computer science, business, media, computer science, industrial engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, as well as students of other disciplines interested in software. The book is also useful for readers who are already in professional practice, trainee project managers or team members in software projects, or for readers who simply want to refresh their knowledge.
Thomas Grechenig, head of the author community, is a Professor of Software Technology and Interactive computer science at the Vienna University of Technology and has more than 25 years of industrial experience in implementation and outstanding references.
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