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Hi All,

I will be teaching a software engineering course next term and have selected this book as the basis for the course. Would appreciate any feedback, comments, resources that others have used while incorporating the text. We expect to break the class up into 3-4 students and develop a project with typical documents for overview, requirements, high level design, low level design, use cases, integration plan, testing, deployment, etc. How have you used the text to support these kinds of SE activities?

Thanks,
Richard J Bonneau, Ph D
New College of FLorida
Sarasoa, FL


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