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Human Aspects of Software Engineering

Human Aspects of Software Engineering
  • May 2004
  • By Orit Hazzan, James E. Tomayko
  • This book details software engineering from the perspective of those involved in the software development process: individuals, teams, customers, and the organization.
  • Process Improvement
  • Publisher: Charles River Media | ISBN: 1-58450-313-0
  • Abstract

    Human Aspects of Software Engineering details software engineering from the perspective of those involved in the software development process: individuals, team, customers, and the organization.

    The book is written for software engineering students and professional software developers, and addresses topics such as teamwork, customer - software-engineer relationships, and learning processes in software development. In addition to the detailed topic coverage, activities, questions for discussion, and practical assignments are included.

    Format: Hardback

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@book{HazzanHumanAspects2004,
title = {Human Aspects of Software Engineering},
author={Orit Hazzan and James Tomayko},
year={2004},
publisher={Charles River Media},
}