Baker & Taylor A practical guide to software design discusses the art and science of constructing software and provides examples in C, Pascal, BASIC, Fortran, and Ada, with a focus on successful programming techniques. Original.
Book News The concepts discussed in this encyclopedic treatment are applicable to any procedural language in any computing environment. The presentation, intended to help developers take strategic action rather than fight the same battles again and again, includes some 500 examples of code (good and bad), along with checklists for assessment of architecture, design approach, and module and routine quality. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
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Here is a thorough expert look at the intricate process of commercial software development. The text is rich in example code, contains powerful insights on managing technical yet creative people, and examines each milestone in software development in considerable detail. Ideal for professional, self-taught, and student programmers.