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Title: APPLYING UML AND PATTERNS
AN INTRODUCTION TO OBJECT-ORIENTED ANALYSIS AND DESIGN AND ITERATIVE DEVELOPMENT
By: Craig Larman
Format: Paperback

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ISBN 10: 8177589792
ISBN 13: 9788177589795
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Publisher: DORLING KINDERSLEY PVT LTD
Pub. date: 1 December, 2008
Synopsis: This third edition presents a well-defined roadmap so the reader can move along a step-by-step process from requirements gathering all the way to code generation. The author teaches the skill of OOAD using the latest version of the industry standard modeling language (UML 2.0). He also allows the reader to learn and apply the popular concept of design patterns and therefore helps readers accelerate their mastery of analysis and design. The author retains his thorough treatment of a single case study to help readers gain a big picture of successful software development. Once again this book delivers and furthers Craig Larman's name among software engineering luminaries.
Publication: India
Imprint: Dorling Kindersley Pvt Ltd
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