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This text can also be utilized in short technical courses or in short, intensive management courses. Object-Oriented Software Engineering Using UML, Patterns, and Java, 3e, shows readers how to use both the principles of software engineering and the practices of various object-oriented tools, processes, and products.

Using a step-by-step case study to illustrate the concepts and topics in each chapter, Bruegge and Dutoit emphasize learning object-oriented software engineer through practical experience: readers can apply the techniques learned in class by implementing a real-world software project. The third edition addresses new trends, in particular agile project management Chapter 14 Project Management and agile methodologies Chapter 16 Methodologies.

Au on Apr 21, It is a highly readable book. The authors are good at explaining concepts with clarity. But the book is sloppy in any area that requires precision. They make no distinction of the four kinds of message sending in sequence diagrams.

It is important for a UML user to differentiate synchronous, asynchronous, return and flat arrows. Otherwise a diagram will have different meaning.

The authors use indiscriminately the notation of synchronous message when most of messages in their diagrams should be asynchronous. The coverage on OCL is even worse. More than half of the OCL constraints are wrong!!! Though it is more prescriptive than the standard software engineering books such as the ones by Pressman and Sommerville, I would NOT recommend its use as a textbook due to the many errors. Those kinds of books equip you to win in a software engineering version of the trivia game Jeopardy!

In contrast, this book tells you how to do software engineering. They tell you what, Bruegge shows you how. Rather than cover all the concepts in SE, Bruegge picks the most essential ones, gives you a brief but thorough explication of those and then proceeds to teach how they are used.

Stop and imagine how realistic this approach is -- modifying a system created by engineers who are no longer available for interview, working with as many as 50 different people, working with designs that do not match the code anymore, working with code of varying quality, etc. Bruegge distills the lessons learned from these practical projects and illustrates practical not idealistic approaches to solutions. Highly recommended.

The book offers a rather complete overview of software engineering in general: requirements engineering, analysis, system design, object design, implementation, testing. It also includes specialities, for instance rationale management, project management and others. However, some are and some are quite amusing, e. Overall, the best collection of Software Engineering best practices I found in a single book.

Really helpful for academic use as well as in industry. Not the greatest.. A Customer on Sep 06, This book was used in my software engineering class at college. Overall, the material in this book was presented in a very boring and complex manner, focusing on jargon definitions and a few isolated examples.

Although the book does explain software engineering, it tends to do so in a painful way. Do yourself a favor and pick another book on the subject. This IS a book to introduce newly-minted programmers to the kind of things, tools, and processes they can look forward to with either anticipation or dread in the real world of software development. As the authors state on page viii of the Preface: "We have observed that students are taught programming and software engineering techniques in isolation, often using small problems as examples.

As a result, they are able to solve well-defined problems efficiently, but are overwhelmed by the complexity of their first real development experience, when many different techniques and tools need to be used and different people need to collaborate. I rate it at 5 stars out of 5. This book is very good. Finally an excellent source to go through in all its aspects.

Examples as well as explanations are clear, sound, and solid. The book provides short, though detailed definitions that avoid verbose and useless comments. The book is guiding the reader through the explanation of how to carry out and accomplish a real project. What I mostly like is the heuristics given for identifing and setting forth all the artifacts needed during Requirements Elicitation and Analysis. Hat off to the authors of this great reference.

A good introduction and overview By D. Heller on Feb 21, This book provides a general overview of the issues involved in the practice of software engineering.

The book is up do date with current practice covering topics such as UML, design patterns, and software lifecycles and development methodologies. Overall, this book is a good introduction to software engineering and a good starting point, but should not be considered a final reference.

While not entirely relevant to the course I took and rather expensive, it was very well-written. Really difficult to navigate on Kindle, however. I really wish I had purchased the hard copy of this book. And I am a clinical informaticist. Great book By Rohit Tidke on Mar 07, Hi friends, I am a student at the Technical University and I had to read this book not read it completely but the first chapters were required in the exam and I have gone through most of the book.

I really enjoyed the book, although finding it a little boring at the start and I felt the UML usage was excessive but realized later that this excessive usage was necessary because soon UML sank into my mind and I could think about even many daily things in terms of UML. I recommend the readers to read this book because it gives a very thorough start to Software Engineering.

Its filled with examples and if read with concentration will help one to entirely visualize the process perfectly from Requirements Elicitation to Testing. This has been a wonderful journey for me. Maybe it could be confusing for someone with little exposure to UML, because authors creatively used UML for any illustration required design, software engineering concepts and artifacts, and even reading map.

This book is written backwards! A number of methodologies are presented, that combine just a few of the techniques covered in the other 15 chapters, and discussed in the context of different types and sizes of project. The book also uses UML to model the activities and techniques in each chapter.

This is cute, but not especially helpful and occasionally confusing. In fact, this usage serves as a helpful counter-example to the idea, espoused in the book, of UML as a catch-all modeling tool.

In lieu of this book, computer science students would be well served to study a range of methodologies and projects to which they were applied, and then to dig deeper into the techniques that make up those methodologies, according to the interest and needs of each student, in other dedicated references. By Daniel Rodriguez on Jul 22, We have various copies of this book in our offices - its a great book for software engineering and a must read for any software engineer, computer scientist or project manager.

The material is thick and dives deep into the topic - but very much well worth it. Heavy reading By Mg on Feb 02, This is not the best. You can probably can get something else that it is not that heavy to read. No good for rookies. One Star By D. Page on Jan 24, College books.. Rogers on Mar 01, This product was needed to help me get through a very tough class.

It got here faster than expected and in good shape. Escelent condition By Barbie on Oct 14, The book was in excellent conditions. It shipped fast and I think is pretty good book for beginners in the Software Engineering field. It was really challenging. A great book for learning object oriented software engineering.

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Bernd Bruegge has been studying and teaching Software Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University for 20 years, where he received his masters and doctorate degrees. He received his Diplom from the University of Hamburg. He has taught object-oriented software engineering project courses on the text materials and website described in this book since He won the Herbert A. Bruegge is also an international consultant and has used the techniques in this book to design and implement many real systems, including an engineering feedback system for DaimlerChrysler, an environmental modeling system for the U. Environmental Protection Agency, an accident management system for a municipal police department and a 3-D visualization system for the Munich Airport, to name just a few.


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