7 software engineering principles

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We like to listen, too, so drop in, catch up with us and engage. Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. Skilled software engineers use technologies and practices from a variety of fields to improve their productivity in creating software and to improve the quality of the delivered product. Applications influence software engineering by pressuring developers to solve problems in new ways. For example, consumer software emphasizes low cost, medical software emphasizes high quality, and Internet commerce software emphasizes rapid development. Embedded systems Both software engineers and traditional engineers write software control systems for embedded products.

Engineering All traditional engineering branches use software extensively. Engineers use spreadsheets, more than they ever used calculators. Engineers use custom software tools to design, analyze, and simulate their own projects, like bridges and power lines. Engineering, A software simulation can be cheaper to build and more flexible to change than a physical engineering model.

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A platform combines computer hardware and an operating system. As platforms grow more powerful and less costly, applications and tools grow more widely available. Skilled software engineers know a lot of computer science including what is possible and impossible, and what is easy and hard for software. Algorithms, well-defined methods for solving specific problems.

Data structures, well-defined methods for storing and retrieving data. Discrete mathematics is a key foundation of software engineering. Quality assurance, ensures compliance with process. Deliverables must be developed for many SE projects. Software engineers rarely make all of these deliverables themselves. They usually cooperate with the writers, trainers, installers, marketers, technical support people, and others who make many of these deliverables. Support info for computer support groups.

Many people made important contributions to SE technologies, practices, or applications. Kent Beck: Refactoring, extreme programming, pair programming, test-driven development. Barry Boehm: SE economics, COCOMO, Spiral model. Fred Brooks: Managed System 360 and OS 360. Wrote The Mythical Man-Month and No Silver Bullet. Watts Humphrey: Capability Maturity Model, Personal Software Process, fellow of the Software Engineering Institute. Bill Joy: Berkeley Unix, vi, Java.

Bertrand Meyer: Design by Contract, Eiffel programming language. David Parnas: Module design, social responsibility, professionalism. David Pearson, Computer Scientist: Developed the ICL CADES software engineering system. Will Tracz: Reuse, ACM Software Engineering Notes.

Gerald Weinberg: Wrote The Psychology of Computer Programming. Ed Yourdon: Structured programming, wrote The Decline and Fall of the American Programmer. About Face: The Essentials of User Interface Design by Alan Cooper, about user interface design. The Capability Maturity Model by Watts Humphrey. Written for the Software Engineering Institute, emphasizing management and process. The Cathedral and the Bazaar by Eric Raymond about open source development.