SEI Book Series in Software Engineering
This collection of books, published by Addison-Wesley and typically written by SEI researchers, covers selected topics in software engineering.
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The SEI Series in Software Engineering is a collection of books that is the result of a collaboration between Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute (SEI) and Addison-Wesley. The collection is a body of work on selected topics in software engineering that provides the most current software engineering information for practitioners and students.
The SEI helps government and industry organizations acquire, develop, operate, and sustain software systems that are innovative, affordable, enduring, and trustworthy. SEI experts research software and cybersecurity problems of considerable complexity, create and test innovative technologies, and transition maturing solutions to widespread use.
Below is a partial list of the most recently published books in the series. For a full list of the books in the series, visit the Addison-Wesley InformIT site for the series.
This TSP Symposium 2014 presentation describes a taxonomy of 145 testing pitfalls in 21 categories, documented by causes, consequences, and recommendations.
This book addresses Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) challenges and innovations, it describes the foundations that underlie CPS, and offers guiding principles for all levels.
Pioneering software assurance experts Dr. Nancy R. Mead and Dr. Carol C. Woody present the latest practical knowledge and case studies.
Designing Software Architectures will teach you how to design any software architecture in a systematic, predictable, repeatable, and cost-effective way.
DevOps promises to accelerate release of new software features and improve monitoring of systems in production, but its implications for architecture are often ignored.
This book provides the most complete and current guidance on how to capture a software architecture in a commonly understandable form.
This book is a comprehensive guide to software architecture evaluation, describing specific methods that can quickly and inexpensively mitigate enormous risk in software projects.
In this book, Robert Seacord brings together expert guidelines, recommendations, and code examples to help you use Java code to perform mission-critical tasks.
This book is for every software professional who wants to accelerate innovation in existing systems or build new systems that will be easier to maintain and evolve.
Model-Based Engineering with AADL: An Introduction to the SAE Architecture Analysis & Design Language
Model-Based Engineering with AADL introduces an architecture-centric approach to discovering software systems problems earlier, when they cost less to solve.
In this preface, Robert Seacord introduces his book The CERT C Coding Standard: 98 Rules for Developing Safe, Reliable, and Secure Systems.
In this book, Robert Seacord describes how to write secure C and C++ code and avoid the software defects most likely to cause exploitable vulnerabilities.
If you design, develop, or manage large software systems (or plan to do so), you will find "Software Architecture in Practice, Third Edition" to be a valuable resource for getting up to speed on the state of the art.
The CERT Guide to Insider Threats: How to Prevent, Detect, and Respond to Information Technology Crimes (Theft, Sabotage, Fraud)
In this book, the authors present best practices for managing the security and survivability of people, information, technology, and facilities.