Book review: Making software - What really works, and why we believe It

Emma Tonkin

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Abstract

Published by O'Reilly, as part of the Theory In Practice series, this book is essentially academic in focus. It takes the form of thirty chapters. The first eight of these aim to provide an introduction to the area of software engineering, or more specifically, the collection and use of supporting evidence to support software engineering practices. These initial chapters are satisfyingly broad in scope, covering topics from human factors and personality to complexity metrics and the process of authoring a systematic review.
Original languageEnglish
JournalAriadne
Volume1
Issue number68
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2012

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